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By Carol OMeara
Colorado State University Extension 

Spring lawn care

Series: Carol OMeara | Story 13

February 24, 2021


Grass seed is a slow germinator, so be prepared to wait fourteen to twenty days for it to sprout after spreading.

The warm weather ahead of the bitter cold snap had many people thinking of spring chores. The recent storms with their snowfall were a welcome drink for parched landscapes, and one of the first plants to show their appreciation after the thaw is lawns. They'll green up, and to get a season of stress-free grass, a few chores now give you a dense, healthy yard this summer.

First, tackle those pes...

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