What you can’t see now can hurt your lawn’s appearance later. While your lawn lies dormant and weather conditions tend to be wetter in many areas, spring and summer weeds could be lurking in the grass. Research by Smithfield Lawn Service’s reveals that lawns that have been thinned by disease or insects are especially susceptible to invasions of weedy grasses and broadleaf weeds.
Without taking preventive measures at the right time, you could be facing a patchwork of color and texture within your lawn. Weedy grasses often contrast greatly with desirable turfgrasses and can be difficult to eliminate once they’ve become established in your lawn. Need help with weeds . . . Give Us A Call!