Autumn plans for your lawn should include fertiliser treatments and possibly scarifying
Lawn Care Diary
July: if it starts getting hot then you need to protect the lawn and grass from moisture loss
June lawn care normally consists of feeding, weeding, mowing and repairing any damage from enthusiastic use
May is a great month for lawns as they come good with feeding and mowing
April is the time to get rid of the moss and mow that lawn into shape
March is the start of the lawn care year but it's still too early for many spring jobs
December to February is low season for lawns apart from an occassional cut or application of ferrous sulphate if conditions warrant.
November: the moss and leaves may keep you busy for a while yet!
October is the start of the end of the lawn care year but don't stop mowing just yet