If you’re in love with the idea of a green lawn around the house, winterizing your lawn to prepare it to get back to looking great as soon as spring arrives may be a good idea. In order to remain healthy, a lawn needs plenty of air and water. Aerating the lawn during the fall will loosen the soil and allow the grass to absorb nutrients more readily, which can make a big difference in the lawn’s appearance come spring. Keeping thatch, which is a buildup of grass clipping, leaves, stems, and seeds, to a minimum is another important part of keeping the lawn healthy. Power dethatching machines are available to rent if necessary.
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