The Lawn

If one has a fine lawn and desires to keep it so, he should never work

upon or mow it when the turf is wet or soggy. The impression made by the

feet in walking over the sod while in this state, will leave the surface

rough and uneven afterwards. Do not water the grass or plants while the

sun is shining hot, as it will scorch the leaves and make them turn

yellow. All weeds, such as dandelions, plantain, etc., growing up

through the grass, should be carefully and thoroughly dug out by the

roots with a knife or pointed spade; if allowed to remain, they will

soon become so numerous as eventually to kill out the grass and give to

the lawn an appearance of neglect.

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