Depending on your lawn, you can fertilize up toonce every four or five weeksif using synthetic fertilizers. If you have a slow-release organic fertilizer, you can space out the applications for eight to 10 weeks. Avoid fertilizing in the peak temperatures of the summer.
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How often do you water grass seed after mowing?
Water frequently to keep the seeds moist (don’t saturate). Cut watering back to once a day when the grass reaches about 1 inch in height. Mow when the grass reaches 2-1/2 to 3 inches. After you’ve mown three times, use a regular watering schedule of 1 inch per week.
What is the best time of year to plant grass seed?
Seed in early spring or early fall. Fertilize in early spring (after a mild winter) or late spring (after a cold winter), late summer and fall. Add small amounts of a shade-tolerant grass (such as fine fescue) or a wear-resistant grass (such as perennial ryegrass) to enhance a bluegrass lawn.
How often should you apply weed and feed to your lawn?
Now, if your lawn is infested badly by weeds, then applying weed and feed every 6 weeks will help. These are the tips on when to apply weed and feed to ensure that you will effectively eliminate the weeds on your lawn.
How do I get my lawn ready for seeding?
First, inspect your lawn for clumps of dead grass material, also known as thatch, as this will help ensure good contact of seed with soil. Next, mow your grass to the shortest height your mower will allow, bag the clippings, and then rake your lawn in order to remove any leftover debris and loosen the top layer of soil.