It’s time to look forward a bit, towards spring where it’s a good time to renovate your lawn if it’s not looking as good as it could. There are a few steps to take which is why it’s good to cover them now, so you have time to think about them before the weather returns to more outdoor friendly temperature.
Let’s look at one particular job you might consider, Scarifying and Reseeding.
Some parts of your Lawn may not look too healthy (If your lawn suffers from excessive thatching etc) so the lawn may need scarifying... Now it will mean you will have to do this until the scarifier machine itself hits soil which will mean that portion of the lawn will be bare.
Then you can rebuild. Then you need to ‘repair’ this newly scarified patch of Lawn. To do this, you can use spiked roller to makes holes in the ground and also flatten it out a little if it’s uneven.
These holes allow water, oxygen and nutrients to get into the soil so you can bring back life into the lawn. This newly revived patch of lawn can then be reseeded and will grow back much healthier then before with regular watering.
So, something to consider. If in autumn/winter you’ve looked out at your lawn and wished you had done something to make it better this year, start to plan now.