The Best Commercial Maintenance Services in Memphis
Pugh’s Earthworks provides commercial landscape design and maintenance services to those in Tennessee, including Memphis, Jackson, and Nashville, as well as Little Rock, Arkansas. Our clients include some of the premier office buildings, hotels, hospitals, churches and cemeteries in the cities we operate. In addition to the commercial customers we serve, we also provide landscape services for Home Owners Associations (HOAs), Condo Owners Associations (COA’s) and individual residential homeowners.
Over the last few weeks, we’ve been sharing our best tips for fall lawn maintenance, including cleaning up debris and undertaking soil aeration. Now, it’s time to look at re-seeding your lawn.
We covered those other two steps because they are essentially the first two steps that you’ll need to do before you can re-seed your lawn. That’s because grass seed requires direct contact with the soil in order to germinate properly.
The same goes for the process of aerating the soil. You are giving the seeds somewhere in the soil where they can get in and put down roots.
Once you complete those steps, the next step is to spread the seed. Opt for a high-quality seed or seed mixture that works for your type of lawn. For small lawns, spread the seed by hand, but use a mechanical spreader when you need to cover a much larger lawn.
Remember that more is not better so don’t overdo the re-seeding. You don’t want too many new shoots of grass competing for that little bit of light and water.
Next, you’ll want to add fertilizer on your lawn. After that, you’ll need to water everything to encourage seed germination.
Throughout the fall, you will want to continue mowing your lawn until the grass goes dormant for the winter. You’ll also need to continue cleaning up those fallen leaves and collect all debris from your lawn.
And, if you need more help with fall lawn maintenance, be sure to contact us to learn more about how we can take care of all your commercial lawn and landscape need in the fall and every season.