Fall is the time to prepare for a healthy spring lawn

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By Randy Patrick

How well your lawn looks next spring depends on how well you take care of it this fall.
Local landscapers say fall is the time to feed your grass and see that it gets enough air and water to make sure it is healthy and beautiful when the grass starts to grow again after winter’s rest.
Patricia Hines, owner of TLC Landscaping and Nursery Inc. in Bardstown, said homeowners should “power seed” their lawns in the fall, which puts seed into the lawn to make the grass thicker and fuller.
With moisture, grass seed will germinate from now until November.

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