Smart ways to jumpstart your lawn's springtime recovery.
Trade frigid and frosty for warm and wonderful. Jump on the polar opposite express, leaving the polar vortex behind. Now is the time to spring into action and fix up what ails your lawn. Here are our expert rescue plans to transform your winter-damaged lawn.
CAUSE: Low temperature extremes and heavy snow cover for a month or longer do more than dampen spirits, they can cause snow mold diseases on your lawn.
EFFECT: Gray, pink or dead patches, 4 to 12 inches in diameter
CAUSE: Road salt and ice melt permeate and can damage turfgrass soil, thanks to salt-laden snow and slush that has been pushed and plowed from walkways, streets and paved areas.
EFFECT: Bare, brown or dead patches along sidewalks, walkways and driveways