Sep 09, 2013 — It's a busy month for gardeners. You could be canning and/or freezing your produce. You could be cleaning out the spent plants and pulling the weeds again for the off-season. You could be building new raised beds for next year.
And according to Cooperative Extension's Amy Ivy, it's also the one time of year when a little attention to the lawn will really pay off. She shares tips for a minimalist approach to lawn care in her weekly conversation with Martha Foley.