Spring marks the start of the lawn care season. As winter gives way to springtime soil tempertures start to rise and there is usually plenty of moisture about which means that grass and lawn weeds, especially lawn weeds, start to grow more vigorously. Many nutrients will have leached out of the soil over the winter months and your lawn will require the right mixture and amount of nutrients to take full advantage of the growing conditions. Our spring treatment, like all our treatments, varies depending on when in the season it is applied and on whether the lawn has been previously treated or not. A lawn that has had regular lawn care will be in pretty good shape although after winter new weeds will have appeared and there may be some new moss present. Typically a granular fertiliser will be spread and a selective herbicide, suitable for the weeds showing, sprayed over the entire lawn. If there is moss present then some liquid moss control may also be applied. It is best to keep off the lawn for about 2 hours after the application of the herbicide or moss control.