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5 New Year’s Resolutions for Your Lawn

new year's resolutions for your lawn

New Year’s resolutions for your lawn may include improving your weed control.

While many people may make personal new year’s resolutions, you can also set some for your home and lawn. There are often many ways homeowners can improve their lawn’s health and boost their landscape’s appearance in the next year. Making resolutions for your lawn can be rewarding as it creates a more enjoyable space for your family and increases your home’s curb appeal. But what resolutions may be worth making this year? The following new year’s resolutions for your lawn are some of the most beneficial. 

Fertilize Your Soil

A good lawn always starts with great soil. You can get your lawn started on the right foot in the near year by fertilizing your soil with the necessary nutrients it requires to thrive throughout the year. Every lawn is different, so you should talk with your lawn care provider before you take action to improve your lawn’s health.

Practice Weed Control

A great lawn can quickly turn south when overrun by weeds. Take the time this year to create a weed control plan for your lawn, so you are prepared to remove the problem as soon as it arises. Pull weeds as they come up and research the best weed control options suitable for your lawn and the common weeds you encounter. 

Mow Your Lawn Regularly and At the Proper Height

Good resolutions for your lawn focus on regular care and maintenance. This year, you can plan to pay attention to the seasons and put a lawn mowing schedule in place. If you are careless with your lawn mowing schedule, lawns can die out due to grass being cut too short or cut at the wrong time such as when it is too wet or too hot.  

Your lawn mowing schedule should be focused on when your lawn is growing and not growing. Notice how long your grass is and its color after you mow it. During the summer, plan to mow your lawn often but keep in mind the upcoming weather conditions.  

Irrigate Properly

If you choose to irrigate your lawn, practice good water management by irrigating deeply and infrequently. Watering deeply and infrequently helps create a healthy lawn by encouraging deep rooting. Irrigate when the soil is dry rather than on a set schedule.

Let Professionals Take Care of Your Lawn’s Critical Needs

One of the easiest resolutions for your lawn is to trust the professionals at Scientific Plant Service with its health. When you require lawn, tree, or shrub care or have questions about common pests or plant problems, you can contact us. Trusting a professional is key for avoiding mistakes in your lawn care and guaranteeing a beautiful landscape well into the future. 

Scientific Plant Service Is Your Go-To Source In Landscape Healthcare

Scientific Plant Service, located in Baltimore, is a privately owned corporation, chartered in Maryland in 1957 by Frank J. Burke. We started as a full-service Arborists specializing in the care of shade trees and ornamental shrubs, but today we are a Lawn Care company that is a huge part of the community. From aquatic environments and snow management to deer and mole control, SPS has services tailored specifically for your lawn and landscape.

We offer services in Maryland, Washington, DC, and Virginia, including: Harford, Baltimore, Carroll, Frederick, Howard, Anne Arundel, Montgomery, Prince Georges, Talbot, Queen Anne’s, Calvert counties in MD, as well as Loudoun County, Fairfax County, Arlington, Alexandria, and Falls Church in VA. For more information, contact us online, or call us at 410-321-0970. Be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest!

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