Chances are you’ve had some experience with lawn care in the past. You might have been encouraged, against your will, to mow your parent’s lawn as a child, pull weeds, or trim the bushes. All of those activities are lawn care, but they one thing you might have missed as a child is that lawn care is much more than mowing your lawn weekly or weeding the garden or flowerbed.
Lawn care is actually a complex process of preparing, cultivating, and protecting your lawn so that it looks beautiful no matter what season it is. Some of the most important times for lawn care are in the fall and the beginning of winter. In addition, lawn care includes things like lawn fertilization and aeration, and no matter how much time you spend on your lawn, chances are it won’t live up to its full potential without pest control.