Hey guys, I hope you're doing well. We're out here in Daybreak we're fertilizing the lawn and I'm hearing the daybreak common grounds noticing dailies if you have dailies, let me flip this around for you.
If you have dailies, it is time to cut these things back obviously these your yellow bees are dying off, go ahead and just cut these as low to the ground as possible. If you don't cut these down as low to the ground as possible, what's going to happen is next spring you're going to try to get a whole bunch that's going to a bunch of new growth is going to try to pop through that all the existing old foliage is going to smother it out and it's not going to be good. It's not going to look as good it's not going to be as healthy and your plants will be much smaller. So go ahead and cut these down within the next several weeks. That way your plants are ready to go your dailies are ready for next year.
Just as Fall cleanup is an important step to any lawn care procedure, so is winterizing your lawn. To learn more on how to properly prepare your lawn for winter just click the link above to view our quick video.