Tips for mowing lawn on Autumn

//Tips for mowing lawn on Autumn

Tips for mowing lawn on Autumn


The autumn is coming , the temperature is lowing and night . It is perfect time to dig out your coziest jumpers and cuddle up on the sofa. If you dig out your sofa , that will be nightmare for lawn .

However, when the weather gets cold, gardens used to ignore . Many people think that on the end of September you can stop waving the lawn, but this is not bad idea due to the weather patterns .

lawn on autumn

Here are some of tips for mowing your lawn in the autumn and winter months:

Tip 1: Waving the lawn is idea for cleaning lawn . Colorful Leaves are beautiful when they are on the trees on autumn . but it could be a bad dream when they fall on your lawn. As a garden owner, this is one thing you do must to take care of due to leaf damage can be long-lasting and can affect your neat and health of lawns. Cutting your lawn will help collect these fallen leaf and help prevent lawn insect .

Tip 2: Stop mowing on wet and under 5 degree temperature . When the ground temperature is above 5 degrees, the grass will continue to grow , which is suitable conditions for mowing . However, we would not recommend cutting the lawn if heavy frost is coming soon or if the ground is very moist.

Tip 3: Do not be short for waving lawn . If the lawn is growing then it is advisable to cut it to keep it tidy. The important factors for cutting is to ensure that you have a sharp blade on the mower and do not cut the lawn too short. We recommend that keeping the lawn cut to about 25mm (1”). You will find that cutting the lawn at this length is ideal if you are having aeration and scarification work this winter.

Tip 4 : Stick to the 1/4 rule — never remove more than 1/4 of the grass length at any one time. Waving the lawn too short will be result to brown lawn and several bad effect ,including injuring new growth and increase rate of infect pest and disease .
On autumn of a year, your lawn is absorbing water and nutrients in preparation for a long winter. Give it a little attention now, and you’ll be rewarded with a healthy lawn next spring for all to enjoy!