Anyone in the area of toms river that provides a core aerator service? My lawn is between 4500-5000SQF i would say.
That is also what I put down. Best time is now but dont reseed the thick spots of your lawn only the spots that are bare...KBlue reseeds itself..Make sure you dont overwater it too you should only have to water like once a week in this type of cooler weather...you want like 1 hour per zone to stimulate a heavy rainfall rather than 30mins/zone each day this will make the roots go deeper for water and help the grass. I put a call into true green lawncare just trying to find someone cheaper/local...also done use any of the scotts 4 step products they are shit and overpricedIm interested in knowing too. I put down Ken blue grass sod in the spring and would like to aerate and overseed this fall. Anyone know when would be the best time to do it?
I dont goto home depot I goto this John Deere supply in lakewood...they sell lesco fertilizer and seed/products...its where landscapers go....try and look it up online either john deere landscaping or lesco products...they had a 10lb bag of blue grass...Ok..what seed should I buy? I didnt see anything at Home Depot that specifically said Ken Blue Grass seed
For sure make sure you core aerate helps the lawn breath and asborb water/nutrients more effectively...important to do every fall...dont reseed your thick spots as I said just the bare spots...if you aerated within two weeks your lawn will be back to normal you wouldnt know anything was doneBut should I still aerate everything?
Scotts is not as strong of a product as Lesco...it will work but its designed for homeowners...your paying for the name, you could get a better product and save money by going with a lesco product or jonathan greene....these are the procuts that professional lawn care companies are going to use not scotts...even scotts lawncare use lesco products lolScotts 4 step program has always worked well for me. I switched to Vigaro a few years back as it was cheaper and my lawn suffered from it. You know the old saying, You get what you pay for? It's true with Scotts.