Weed Control Options for the Fall

The active growing season for most types of grass is about to coming to an end. This means that you will soon get a break from constantly dealing with cutting grass and killing weeds. Depending on your climate, you may need to keep mowing and dealing with weeds for a little while longer this fall. If the weeds in your yard are still causing problems then you should continue fighting them. Giving up and waiting for the cold to take care of the weeds could actually lead to a bigger problem in the spring. Two of the most effective options for weed control in the fall are removal by hand and chemical treatment.

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Is there any Type of Fall Maintenance Needed for My Trees and Shrubs?

The fact that the weeds and grass in your yard give you a break as the cool weather moves in means that you can take a breath and assess the other aspects of your yard. Your trees and shrubs do not need the constant attention that your grass and plants demand from you during the spring and summer. But, that does not mean you should completely ignore the maintenance and wellbeing of your trees and shrubs. There are a number of maintenance tasks that you can do for your trees and shrubs during the fall.

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Can I Plant New Shrubs in the Fall?

Can I Ignore My Lawn in the Fall and Winter?

It can be a big relief for the cool weather to roll in and bring some changes to your lawn care routine. You will spend less and less time out in the yard mowing and trimming the grass as we move from fall into winter. This slowdown may be welcomed but it does not mean that you can completely ignore your lawn during the fall and winter. In order to have the yard you want in the spring you need to give it a little attention during the colder months.

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Are There Steps I Can Take Now to Get a Better Lawn in the Spring?

Fall and winter can seem like a dead time for your yard. And in many ways, they are. There are some things you simply have to wait until spring to do in your yard. But that does not mean you have to ignore your lawn until the weather warms up. There are a number of steps you can take now to get a better lawn in the spring.

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