Typically with a bermuda grass lawn there isn’t much to do in January. Yes, I mentioned bermuda grass and January in the same sentence! Unless you’re in the deep South and having a mild Winter then your bermuda grass lawn is probably brown. That brown color is called dormancy. Yep, bermuda grass doesn’t green up unless soil temperatures are 65 or higher. Don’t forget to visit the Bermuda Lawn Calendar.
What can I do in January?
I’m so glad that you asked. You definitely don’t what to fertilizer the lawn or scalp the turf. I’m often asked when the best time to scalp is. With temps down in the 20s, now is not the time. Wait a couple more months when the lawn starts to green and warmer temps come.
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Give this stuff a try! I recommend applying a good soil conditioner at least once a month.
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