Are you interested in home lawn care? Check out our monthly email newsletters! You can learn the best time to fertilize, how much to water, which fine fescue to use, or how to start a bee lawn, as well as keep up to date on our latest research and events.
- Fall lawn fertilization
- What to do about fall lawn weeds
- When to seed or overseed your lawn
- Using turfgrass seed mixtures
- Tips for purchasing quality grass seed
- Should you water your lawn?
- Seeding a lawn in summer
- Late summer crabgrass control
- Research highlight - how mowing creates the striped patterns
- Lawn care during an early drought
- Sharpening mower blades
- Measuring lawn size
- Calculating fertilizer to apply
- Calibrating equipment
- Research highlight - mowing during drought and how turfgrass shows stress
● How to reduce mowing
● Weed-and-feed products
● Seeding a lawn after pre-emergents
● Irrigation system operation
● Research highlight - Japanese beetles
● Best grasses to fix dog spots
● When to apply crabgrass pre-emergents
● Adding clover to a lawn
● Research Highlight - No Mow May and promoting pollinators
● Winter lawn damage
● How to use less water in the yard
● UMN Lawn Care Calendar
● Research Highlight - Homeowner perceptions of watering restrictions
● Do dethatchers work?
● Minimizing deicer damage
● Research Highlight - winter injury of turfgrass
● Salt-tolerant turf
● Power fertilizing myths
● Dormant seeding
● New Turfgrass Extension Educator Dr. John Trappe
● Research Highlight - fine fescue sod
● Creeping Charlie
● Mulching leaves
● Low-input lawns and fine fescues
● 100% Dutch clover lawns?
● Winterizing your lawn
● Research Highlight - salt-tolerant turfgrasses
● Weed identification
● What grass should I plant?
● How should I seed?
● Bee lawns and seeding
● Research Highlight - bees and bee lawns
● Fall lawn care
● Japanese beetle grubs
● Research Highlight - Top questions from the Minnesota State Fair
● Why is my lawn brown?
● Drought stress information
● Research Highlights - The deal with artificial turf
● Transition to summer: weed control
● Summer lawn stress prevention
● Creeping charlie and pollinators
● Research Highlight - turfgrass and shade
● Repair damaged lawn areas
● Spring fertilizers
● Weed control
● Grub damage
● No Mow May?
● Research Highlight - False spring and climate change