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1. Remove any leftover leaves, twigs, branches, and any other debris from the lawn.

2. Be sure to thatch, aerate, or rake the lawn before the first application of crabgrass control.

3. Make sure you lawn mower is in good working order and the mowing blade is sharp.

4. Remove the grass clippings, if possible, to prevent fungus from spreading.

5. Expect to see different colors of grass plants until the weather improves and moisture levels increase.

6. If possible, try to wait on seeding until the fall. The fall is a way better time to seed. Crabgrass control can harm the seed and prevent germination.

7. Allow 14 to 21 days for the lawn to turn deep green and for weeds to decline.

8. We will return in 4 to 6 weeks to reapply crabgrass control and weed control.

9. When it is time to start mowing, set the height to 3 inches and leave it at that setting for the entire growing season.

10. When the weather begins to warm up, begin to water 1.5 inches per week in 1/2 intervals.



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