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Prepping your lawn for next year starts now

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Panhandle homeowners who felt the drought this year should be proactive about their lawns.

Those with dead lawns after the drought should start planning on reseeding their lawns when there's no snow.

The U.N.L Extension Center say reseeding is the best way to cope with drought damage.

Putting down grass seed in your lawn between November and march when your lawn is doormat helps with pests like grubs.

The seed wont germinate before Winter but being proactive will make sure the seeds are in place when temperatures start to warm up in the Spring.

Spring rains make it hard to seed lawns because the ground is so soft, so doing it now will help out in the longrun.

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