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Summer Newsletter 2007

Lawn lost its luster?

green lawn
Rich green lawn
© Purdue University

If your lawn looks washed out, it could be suffering from a lack of nitrogen.

Click here to learn how to perk up your lawn during the summer months»

Brown spots or red patches may signal summer lawn disease

Dollar spot in lawn
Dollar Spot
© Cornell University

Lawn diseases are among the most difficult to diagnose. Many are opportunistic, which means the conditions have to be just right for them to occur. Those conditions may include too much rain, poor drainage, cool wet temperatures or heat stress.

Click here for information about two common lawn diseases and what to do about them»

Tips for summer lawn care

Home with lawn showing signs of drought
Lawn showing signs of drought.
Photo courtesy Purdue University

It is best to let the lawn go dormant during the hot, dry weather. When the grass is dormant though, there are still a few things to watch out for such as insects and foot traffic.

Click here for more tips on caring for the lawn during summer months»

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-P.R. | Washington


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