A great time to apply your lime and soil testing. Lime can be applied any time of the year, but it is best applied before the growing season.
Apply crabgrass preventer containing dimension or barricade. If reseeding a fescue lawn, then apply tupersan to prevent crabgrass. Fertilize fescue lawns with a high nitrogen fertilizer. This is also a good time to control moss.
Good time for first application of Milky Spore. If needed, apply other grub control products containing Dylox.
Control broadleaf weeds with Weedout®, Weedout Plug or Weed & Feed.
Start thinking about brown patch prevention. Apply fungicides containing Bayleton or Propiconazole. Apply a second application of crabgrass preventer with products containing Team. Plug or reseed warm season lawns starting late April. Warm season turfs should start being fertilized. St. Augustine, Bermuda, and Zoysia grasses should be fertilized every six to eight weeks. Centipede lawns should only be fertilized once a year. Maintain warm season lawns at a height of .5" to 1.5". Raise mowing height of fescue to 3.5" to 4" in order to combat heat and weeds. Water!!!
Make a second Milky Spore application. Continue with fungicide applications. This is the best month to fertilize centipede lawns. Water!!!
Apply Hi Yield® Kill-a-Grub© for grub control. Fertilize and aerate warm season lawns. Apply Ironite to green up fescue lawns. Water!!!
Fertilize and control weeds as necessary. Re-seed in September. Water!!!
Aerate, reseed, and fertilize fescue lawns. Apply winterizer and a weed preventer containing Team to warm season lawns in order to prevent winter weeds such as an annual bluegrass. Make third Milky Spore application. Raise mowing height of warm season grasses by .5". Lower the mowing height of fescues to 2.5". Water!!!
Mulch or remove leaves from lawns. Reseed as necessary. Overseed warm season grasses with annual rye the first week of October.
Apply Winterizer to fescue lawns and control weeds as necessary.
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