Hey, guys. It’s Taylor with Green Grounds Lawn & Pest. I wanted to show you crab grass is really bad right now. We’re in the middle of August. I want to show you what that looks like. You’re going to see the most of it right here along all of your edges. The crab grass is going to be a lighter green color than your other grass, and it grows in tiers, so if I can get a good piece of that. You see how is has the multiple tiers that go off. Then also, you can see those seeds right there. As soon as this goes to see and lays in your lawn, those seeds can be in your lawn for years and years. When it’s the perfect moisture, perfect temperature, the perfect ground temperature, it will go ahead and sprout.
The majority of those seeds get on the road, on the sidewalk, and blow into the grass. That’s why it’s stronger right here around the edge. There’s one way to prevent that from happening, and that’s from getting a good solid pre-emergent down on your yard. The pre-emergent is going to be the first application of the year, and you really need to make sure you do that inside that window. Again, it’s one of those things that you don’t really reap the rewards of that first pre-emergency until mid-year, but that’s something that needs to be done. Give us a call, we can help you with weed control in Lehi. Hope you’re having a good day. Thanks, bye.