Houston Maison

July | August 2019

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Water as needed: Most lawns need regular watering during the summer to keep them green. On average, provide about 1 inch of water per week. FALL Overseed with annual ryegrass: Bermuda grass goes dormant and turns brown in the winter months, so you can overseed it with annual ryegrass. The ryegrass grows and stays green during the cooler months, then dies out once it gets hot -- just as your Bermudagrass starts turning green again. Prevent winter weeds: Stop pesky winter weeds just like you did summer species: Use a pre-emergence herbicide from mid-October to mid-November. Finish up mowing: Keep mowing your lawn as it slows down during the fall season. Don't let it get too long as it goes dormant.

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