Finally, summer is here and you can start enjoying the lawn you’ve worked so diligently to perfect! But don’t stop now! Your lawn needs year-round care to keep it looking its best. Follow these summer lawn care tips to avoid potential problems that could damage your summer lawn and landscape.
For additional care, SavaLawn’s lawn care experts are available to meet with you and discuss your lawn care program preferences and develop a personalized program that helps you meet your lawn care objectives. SavaLawn offer many varieties of lawn care programs including natural lawn care programs, we even offer organic lawn care options.
Visit our month-by-month landscape care calendar to see what you should be doing for your lawn in the summer.
While this may sound simple enough, how and when you mow your lawn is a critical component of summer lawn maintenance.
Like mowing, watering your lawn may sound easy enough, but many homeowners are unsure about the best frequency and amount of watering is required as a part of their total summer lawn care program. The amount of water your lawn requires can vary depending on weather conditions, soil drainage and the amount of sun or shade in your landscape. A good rule of thumb is to ensure that your summer lawn receives approximately one inch of water per week. You may use a rain gauge or a container to determine how much water you need to supplement any rainfall.
A professional lawn care service like the experts at SavaLawn can survey your landscape to spot any dangers for early lawn disease and to identify the best types of weed control products or other lawn care treatments to ensure a healthy, green lawn throughout the summer.
Among the many common types of summer lawn disease is dollar spot, which can affect many types of grass. Patch disease is another common type of summer lawn disease, but the infection doesn’t become obvious until the plants go into stress, so preventive treatment as a part of your lawn care program is important.
An important component of a summer lawn care program is weed control. Quality weed control starts with an inspection of your turf in order to spot unwanted growth early on. The lawn care experts at SavaLawn use two basic types of lawn treatment for weed control in your landscape: pre-emergence weed control treatments and post-emergence treatments. Your lawn specialist will develop a program that addresses your personal preferences and integrates carefully targeted treatments for weeds such as crabgrass and other problems in your lawn.
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Andra Smarek, Horticulturalist
Bryn Mawr, PA
April and Jim Benson
Edina Country Club
Chester County Resident
Mortgage Professionals, Inc.
Silver Spring, MD
New Rochelle, NY
Gail F. Stern, Director
Historical Society of Princeton
George E. Ryan
Old Lyme, CT
J. Todd Lamm
N.J. Certified Tree Expert
James E. Sorrell
Jeffrey C. Horst, Vassar College
Jerry and Sue Fink
Pleasantville Country Club Corporation, Inc.
West Hartford, CT
Kathleen G. Gallagher, Executive Director
The Charles Ives Center for the Arts
Briarcliff Manor, NY
Kimberly and Bruce Williams
Cape Cod, MA
Kristin Lin Care, CPO
Evergreen WoodsNorth Branford, CT
Mr. and Mrs Herbert E. Quinley
Hyannis Port, MA
Dix Hills, NY
National Trust for Historic Preservation
Cortlandt Manor, NY
Great Neck, NY
They were very good guys
Oak Park, IL
Timothy J. Strano
Concord Country Club
Wadell W. Stillman
Historic Hudson Valley, NY