|I just purchased a house with bermuda grass. The lawn was installed in January 2010 and since then the house was just in the market with little or no lawn maintanance, as a result, the bermuda is really streesed and have some weeds and crab glass. I applied lime and scotts winterizer fertilizer today to the lawn. what else can I do to the lawn to help the grass establish?
|Just water your lawn on a regular basis and it should green up for you. Keep it mowed at about one and one-half inches to two inches. The more often you mow, the more growth you'll encourage and the stronger the roots will become. This will result in a thicker, healthier lawn. Best wishes with your lawn.|