When should you stop mowing your lawn for the winter?

Now that summer is over, you’’re probably wondering when should you stop mowing your lawn for the winter. By stopping mowing at the right time, you’ll allow your lawn to recover over the season and encourage healthy growth for springtime. This is especially important if you also want to know how to make your grass greener, or how to aerate a lawn the right way. 

Generally, cutting your grass too short or too often can do more damage than good, especially once the lawn has entered its dormant stage. Grass enters dormancy in a bid to protect itself from colder or extreme weather temperatures. In addition, this decline in grass growth usually happens once temperatures in the day stay below 40-50˚F. Of course, this also varies based on where you are located, and may subsequently occur earlier or later in the season. That’s why knowing the signs of dormancy and when you should stop mowing your lawn is essential for keeping your lawn in good shape. 

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