Damage from bird seed
Feeding wild birds can be done throughout the year, although it’s especially important during the winter months. Whether or not you continue to feed the birds during the summer, it’s still wise to clean the area under the bird feeder.
Compacted seeds and shells can prevent grass from receiving the essential air, moisture, and sunlight it needs to awaken from dormancy and begin growing. There’s also the risk that some seeds will begin to sprout, creating plants you may not wish to have growing in your yard.
If you find you don’t have the time or tools to clean up under your bird feeder(s)—or other after-winter yard maintenance—please contact us. We’re here to help you care for your lawn.
Bob Kroth, Owner
Certified Turfgrass Professional
Parkway Lawn Service
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