What Can I Do for Crabgrass Prevention?
The most effective crabgrass prevention tactic is to promote healthy grass growth in a lawn. When turfgrasses grow thick and evenly throughout the lawn, crabgrass cannot germinate in late spring and early summer. To prevent crabgrass from establishing a foothold, our team provides your grass with just enough water to thrive, but not so much that crabgrass grows alongside it. The frequency and timing of this maintenance largely depends on the species and age of grass in your lawn. In general, more established lawns require less frequent watering, with larger quantities of water per application. This will help the grass grow deeper roots that squeeze out crabgrass.