Posted on Oct 10, 2020

Yard Works Lawn Care

Your Florida Lawn in Fall
Even though a Florida fall isn't very cold, it’s still a good time to start preparing your lawn for cold weather. Shorter days, lower light intensity, and cooler temperatures result in slower-growing lawns.

You might be tempted to apply one last round of fertilizer to your lawn. But timing is important. The last recommended time to fertilize your lawn in North Florida is in September. In Central Florida, October's the latest. A high-potassium fertilizer would be best for this time of year. Fertilizing too late could cause the grass to be growing when cold weather comes, making it more cold-sensitive.

https://gardeningsolutions.ifas.ufl.edu/lawns/lawn-care/your-florida-lawn-in-winter.html

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