Or should i spray th clover-affected area with a liquid solution to get rid of specific area affected?
Thanks for any help in advance
Clover has tap roots that can go as deep as two feet. They crack hard pan and in so doing, improve drainage. Clover adds nitrogen to the soil and it brings up nutrients from deep down that the lawn grass can't reach. Clover is green, soft and short and requires little maintainance too.
You can fertilize in summer if you want to, so long as you use organic fertilizer and give the lawn the water it needs. Organic fertilizer won't burn your lawn but, like all fertilizer it needs water to activate.
Liquid fish and kelp are good monthly formulas for lawns all season long. Apply them in the evening and water them in or apply before the rain, like we just had. Kelp is a great root builder and will help make your lane more cold hardy for fall and spring.
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where can i get organic fertilizer
Check this thread
I live in Houston, TX and would like to sow my lawn with white clover seed. When is the appropriate time to do this? I also apply corn gluten to my lawn during the spring and fall for weed prevention; will this affect the germination of the white clover?
In texas, you should plant it in the fall when things have cooled down a bit.
The corn gluten stuff will keep any seed from germinating, including the clover.