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    Pre-Winter To-Do List

    Gwyn Dubel
    Posted by: Gwyn Dubel on November 13, 2016

    It is now well into the month of November and all Ohioans know Pre_Winter_To_Do_List.jpgthat winter will soon be here. There are a few things that every homeowner should do before winter starts. Weed Pro has the top things you should do to make sure your lawn is prepared to face the infamous Ohio weather.

    Keep On Mowing- Just because the weather is getting colder doesn’t mean to stop mowing. You want to make sure you mow on the mower’s lowest setting for the last two cuttings of the year, states Popular Mechanics.

    Aerate and Top Dressing- This will help give you a healthy and happy lawn. For step by step instructions from HGTV, click here.

    Fertilize- Fertilizing your lawn can have many benefits and it is important to do so before the first freeze. Click here for more information on the best fertilizer for your lawn.

    Don’t Leave the Leaves Be- There are many options for what you can do with the leaves in your yard.  Click here for your full list of leaf-raking options.

    Let weed Pro help you prepare your lawn for winter!

    Weed Pro’s team of professionals are here to help you through every step of the way! Here is the link to our packages page to learn more about what we offer or you can get a FREE estimate now! Just click below to get your FREE estimate today to help make your lawn look better tomorrow!

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    Gwyn Dubel

    Gwyn is Weed Pro's Inbound and Social Media Intern.

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