Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) April 18, 2007
A new AllAboutLawns.com article, "Spring Lawn Care Dos and Don'ts" helps homeowners and caretakers uncover the right and wrong steps to producing a flourishing spring yard (http://www.allaboutlawns.com/lawn-maintenance-care/fertilizing/spring-lawn-maintenance-dos-and-donts.php).
In 2006, the National Gardening Association found that 91 million American households took part in outdoor lawn and garden activities. AllAboutLawns.com, a comprehensive lawn and yard care resource, offers authoritative advice and resources geared at preparing lawn caretakers for seasonal yard care.
"Spring is an exciting time for your yard," says columnist Dawn West. "There's a lot you have to get right to get your lawn back into shape for the new growing season" (http://www.allaboutlawns.com/lawn-maintenance-care/fertilizing/spring-lawn-maintenance-dos-and-donts.php). Caretakers interested in top yard care resources can find lawn care tips for spring such as how to prepare lawns for new growth, prevent unwanted growth patterns and keep lawns green throughout the season at AllAboutLawns.com.
In "Spring Lawn Care Dos and Don'ts," columnist Dawn West notes that taking care of a lawn throughout every season will help make spring lawn care easier. "Treat your lawn right as it comes out of its winter dormancy and you'll see the benefits for months to come." Home and Lawn care expert Bob Vila agrees. "A perfect lawn depends on constant care," he says.
According to D.H. Taylor of the University of Minnesota Extension, "Proper lawn care cuts down on the work and problems of maintaining a quality lawn." Evaluating the condition of the lawn is critical to knowing how to take care of it, says lawn care authority TruGreen, whose free lawn analysis tool provides caretakers with a comprehensive breakdown of elemental lawn care components.
AllAboutLawns.com is a comprehensive lawn and yard care resource. Visitors can ask staff questions in the lawn forum or benefit from hundreds of articles on seasonal lawn care, grass types, weed prevention, mowers and other lawn maintenance equipment.