Fall Maintenance Tips

Fall Maintenance Tips

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Fall Lawn Maintenance Tips

Are you properly caring for your lawn this fall?  View one of our fall maintenance videos for great tips on how to properly maintain your lawn.

Zoysia

Fall maintenance for EMPIRE Zoysia is easy as 1, 2, 3. One, take the height of your EMPIRE down slightly. Two, don’t over water. Three, prevent weeds and feed! Apply Lawnifi™ Maintain monthly and Lawnifi Recover in the late Fall. Following these easy steps will keep your EMPIRE looking great this Fall! Apply Lawnifi Boost early fall, Lawnifi Maintain mid fall and Lawnifi Recover in the late Fall.

Bermudagrass

Fall maintenance for Celebration, Latitude 36, or NorthBridge Bermudagrass is easy as 1, 2, 3. One, don’t over water. Two, mow a little lower than summer height at about one inch. Three, prevent weeds and feed! Apply Lawnifi Boost early fall, Lawnifi Maintain mid fall and Lawnifi Recover in the late Fall.

St. Augustine

Fall maintenance for Palmetto® St. Augustine is easy as 1, 2, 3. One, water less and avoid over watering. Two, mow at two to two and a half inches. Three, prevent weeds and feed! Apply Lawnifi Boost early fall, Lawnifi Maintain mid fall and Lawnifi Recover in the late Fall. Following these easy steps will keep your Palmetto® St. Augustine looking great this Fall!

Tired of dealing with bulky bags of fertilizer and calibrating spreaders?

Each 32-ounce bottle of Lawnifi liquid fertilizer covers 5,000 square feet—the same area as a typical 25-pound bag of granular fertilizer. Lawnifi greens up grass fast, builds healthy soils, thickens lawns to prevent weeds, and is easy to use. Lawns drink their nutrients, they don’t eat them.  Why even consider putting down dry chunks that must be broken down before being used?

Lawnifi’s advanced spray technology means better nutrient uptake by your lawn and landscape for fast results. Lawnifi doesn’t just make lawns green; it also helps build strong roots and better soil conditions.

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