Don’t Let Salt Damage Your Lawn – Landscaping and Lawn Care

As we near the end of winter, you probably have some salt left on your driveway and sidewalks. Be careful not to sweep it onto your lawn because it can kill your grass. The sodium will pull the liquid out of the plants and salinate their cells and pretty soon you have a brown lawn. The sodium will also change the pH level of your soil making it difficult for new plants to grow. If this happens, you can neutralize the affected area with lime and reseed, but it’s easier just to be careful not to get salt on your lawn in the first place. If you need more advice, give us a call here at Blass Residential Services. Yep, we do that!

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