Learn how to patch bare spots in your lawn.
Learn how to set spreader settings for the different types of Scotts spreaders.
We'll help you find the spreader settings you need
Too much thatch can weaken your lawn. You have two ways to remove it: dethatching and aerating.
Learn about replanting and the best options for starting a lawn over from scratch.
Read how the Scotts Snap Spreader makes feeding your lawn easy. No calibration or measuring required.
Reseeding your lawn in the spring or fall can help it look terrific again. Learn how to do it right.
Water's only part of what you need to fix those dead spots in your lawn and keep them from coming back.
Winter overseeding can help southwestern lawns stay green in winter.
With preparation, the right quality seeds, well-prepared soil, and a little patience, you can start a new lawn yourself.
Learn how to choose, seed and maintain grass in shady areas of your lawn.
How you feed, mow and water your lawn can help it resist fungal diseases like dollar spot and brown spot.
With these simple strategies, you can have a healthy lawn that can survive bugs, weeds, heat and more.
Making a sleek big league pattern in your lawn is as easy as mowing with this step-by-step guide.
Even if you're taking several weeks off, these tips can help you return to a healthy lawn.