in the spring?
Spring is a great time to start new lawns in areas where you’re not growing grass. It’s also ideal for rehabbing an existing lawn that has been damaged or over-fertilized, or if your soil requires an adjustment after being managed badly. If you have brown spots on your lawn, it might be because of too much lime. These are usually very difficult to fix once they’ve begun but can be stabilized with the right kind of fertilizers and mulching products.