Reminder to Bermudagrass Lawn Owners
Those unsuspecting Bermudagrass lawns, just about to wake up from their seasonal sleep, are about to be attacked by crabgrass and other grassy weeds. All over the south, millions of crabgrass seeds are on the verge of sprouting unless you stop them now.
Now is the time to put down Scotts HALTS Crabgrass Preventer. HALTS does just what the name says: it halts crabgrass in its tracks by creating a barrier that prevents the seeds from growing. And since it’s strictly a crabgrass preventer – with no lawn food added – it’s okay to use now while your good grass is dormant.
Your Bermudagrass will be ready for a spring feeding when you see about 60% green start to show up.