Cutter's Yard Care FAQ and Advice
Fertilizing the lawn is a good way to green up your yard in a hurry. Grass is naturally nitrogen hungry so the little boost of nutrients will give your yard that nice green glow that everyone wants. Be careful, though because too much fertilizer or applications at the wrong time of year could do more harm than good.
2) Don't mow it too short
Mowing too short is a common mistake but is the easiest to remedy. All you have to do is.. well, nothing. Just let it grow! A good height for grass is in the 2.5 to 3 inch height. The longer roots that grow as the result of a longer blade will allow your lawn to stay greener later into the dry season.
3) water at the right time
It's sometimes easiest to just water when you have time but it's always best to do it at the right time. When is that? The best time to water is very early in the morning so that the water can get to the roots before it evaporates in the heat of the day. Also, it's better for the health of the plant because when the sun does come out the excess moisture on he green part of the plant dries off faster keeping away those nast fungal diseases that can get costly to remedy.