1. Test Your Soil: A healthy lawn starts with healthy soil. Test your soil to determine if it needs any additional nutrients or amendments to make it more suitable for grass growth.

2. Water Properly: Watering your lawn too much or too little can cause damage. Water your lawn deeply and infrequently to encourage deep root growth.

3. Mow Smart: Mowing your lawn correctly is key to a healthy lawn. Mow your lawn at the correct height and be sure to use a sharp blade.

4. Fertilize: Fertilizing your lawn will help keep it healthy and lush. Use a slow-release fertilizer and avoid over-fertilizing.

5. Control Weeds: Weeds can quickly take over a lawn if not controlled. Apply a pre-emergent herbicide in early spring and spot treat any weeds that appear during the growing season.

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