An early jump on gardening prevents later problems

Gardening in early spring can help combat any potential problematic areas and provide an early boost for a lawn's appearance, says Ken Brown, owner of Spring-Green Lawn Care in Rochester, N.Y. Gardeners should start with light raking to prevent or get rid of snow mold. Gardeners can fertilize their lawns once the ground thaws to jump-start grass growth and stop crabgrass seeds from germinating.

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