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  • Cosmo Nardozza

Patchy Lawn Crisi

Have you ever walked past someone’s front lawn, with grass spots and dry soil patches everywhere? Like gardening, timing is key when it comes to applying seed and fertilizer for grass. To avoid a patchy lawn mess, fertilizer should be applied in the spring or in the fall. During the summer months you cannot lay down seed and fertilizer and if you do you will get dry patches with no new grass growing. In order for grass to grow and flourish it must be approximately 65 to mid 70° weather.

Let’s say you do you want the perfect lawn for the summer to show off to your friends at the barbecue, what do you do? There is the option for you, laying sod is a costly alternative to laying seed and fertilizer, but it will guarantee that your lawn looks the best in town. According to Angie's list, “ Rolls of sod cost about 28 to 45 cents a square foot, depending on the type and amount bought. For a 2,000 square ft lawn, that's between $560 and $900. If you decide to go with a pro for installation, the cost increases to $1 to $2 a square ft, or $2,000 to $4,000 for 2,000 square feet.” Now you know like a pro, good luck on your landscaping journey. For more pro advice or FREE estimate contact Junk Removal and Landscaping Bergen County NJ.

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