Submitted on September 23, 2015 The fall season is in full swing. September means the kids are going back to school and our jobs shift back into high gear. Temperatures begin to dip, especially at night when you'll begin to notice a hint of frost appear overnight. But cooler, wetter temperatures are a welcome change to the stifling heat of the summer months. This rings especially true for your lawn, who although cannot speak to express this feeling, certainly communicates very clearly how it is holding up in those hotter months. From dry spots on your lawn, to weed and insect infestations, homeowners and their lawns welcome fall with open arms. The lawn care season works in a cycle. Summer and winter are stressful seasons for lawn care. They really test your resolve…
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