Bermuda Lawn Calendar – March – 3 Top Tips (S5E4)

Starting to see a little green pop out? If so, then you have warmer than normal temperatures. It’s also time to do one of the most important things you can do in the lawn! Don’t forget to visit the Bermuda Lawn Calendar.

What can I do in March?

Wow! We are starting to see some warmer temperatures, for sure! By now you should start to see a few little green sprigs in the lawn as the soil temperatures begin to rise. If it’s too cold outside head on over to the Bermuda Lawn Calendar and see what to plan for next month!

The 3 best thing you can do in the month of March according to our Bermuda Lawn Calendar include:

  • Apply your March Pre-emergent! This is probably the most important thing you can do all year. This will keep the weeds from germinating and becoming an eyesore this Summer.
  • Feed the soil! In this video I get down a light coating of BioChar DG by The Andersons. Also, I like to spray some Root Hume or Soil Hume by Simple Lawn Solutions. I do this every month in the back yard.
  • Last, but not least, do a walk in the yard and spot treat for any weeds you may see. This year I have a mixture of Certainty and Fertilome Weed Free Zone, it includes 2-4-D and dicamba. This mixture should knock out the pesky burweed, broadleaf weeds and even poa annua.

Important: Read those labels!

Below is part of the label from the Barricade bag that I used. Note: I covered roughly 5,000 sq. ft. with the entire 18 lb. bag which equates to 3.6 lbs/1,000 sq. ft. Since I apply this product twice a year I meet the 7.1 lbs/1,000 sq. ft. maximum per calendar year.

Barricade Details:

  • Designed to prevent weeds; will not aid in eliminating existing weeds
  • Professional-grade weed control for early spring and fall applications
  • DG Pro formulation allows for more particles per square inch and superior performance
  • Prevents grassy and broadleaf weeds, including crabgrass, poa annua, goosegrass, henbit, and more
  • Contains 0.48% of the active ingredient prodiamine
  • Made in the USA
The Andersons

Give this stuff a try! I recommend applying a good soil conditioner at least once a month.

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