Feeding Your Lawn
When dealing with a patchy or lackluster lawn then you are probably already considering sowing seeds to revitalize your grass. The best tip anyone with a green thumb will tell you is to begin your grass seeding before the rainy season. The reason for this is because it is much easier for you to sow grass seeds into dry soil.
Yearly lawn seeding and fertilizing is important to a fresh fully green lawn and should be scheduled during the fall season. Grass tends to grow better in slightly cooler weather and working your seeds into the soil during the fall also means you likely will not have to worry about frequent rainstorms that will wash away your hard work.