Winter/Spring Lawn Management Checklist Mobile App
How does it work?
experienced a drier than average spring, with March and April being significantly drier than normal. Irrigation restrictions vary widely from one community to the next. The homeowner is encouraged to irrigate whenever allowed, to offset the effects of a dry winter and spring. The lawn care recommendations proved in the Winter/Spring Lawn Management Checklist mobile app apply equally to both the commercial lawn care customer and those homeowners who care for their own lawns. The app covers: Fertilizing the Lawn, Aerating (Cultivating) the Lawn, Mowing the Lawn, Weed Control in the Lawn, Watering the Lawn and Other Lawn Care Practices. Information contained in this app is intended for use from January 1-June 30. Read and abide by all instructions before using any pesticide, fertilizer, or other turf care product. The use of products not labeled for or intended for use on lawns may damage turf, especially when lawns are under heat and drought stress.