The way of doing that is to first core aerate the lawn.
Plainfield, IL (Vocus) September 30, 2008
From the right way to seed a lawn to tips on pruning bushes, homeowners and property managers will find the lawn care advice they need in the new fall episode of Spring-Green's popular podcast series, Lawn Talk.
Hosted by Tim Kauffold, Lawn Talk is a series of conversations with lawn care professionals. The latest episode focuses on autumn tree and lawn care and features Harold Enger, Spring-Green's Director of Training and Support. Enger has worked in the lawn care industry for over 30 years and is a certified turfgrass and ornamental landscape professional.
Among the many tips Enger provides in this episode, one of the most important is on how to correctly seed a lawn.
"You have to have some way to get the seed in contact with the soil," he explains. "The way of doing that is to first core aerate the lawn."
To find out how that is accomplished, and to discover other important advice on shrub care, watering, mowing, raking leaves and more, visit Lawn Talk Podcasts to listen to the complete episode.
Founded in Naperville, Illinois, in January 1977, Spring-Green has been beautifying neighborhood lawns for over 31 years. Today, the Spring-Green organization provides lawn fertilization, weed control, tree and shrub care and other yard services to over 7,500 neighborhood communities around the country. Visit Spring-Green.com to find your Spring-Green neighborhood lawn care professional. Call today and receive a free lawn care service quote.