By Ashton Ritchie
If summer’s heat and wear and tear left bare spots in your lawn, don’t fret. Late summer/early fall is the best time of year to plant grass seed.
The shorter days, cooler nights, heavier dews and improved patterns of rainfall are just what new seedlings need to develop quickly and vigorously. But there is more to it than just throwing some grass seed on the ground.
A lawn is only as good as the seed you plant. Once the seeds sprout and start to grow, ...
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