Don’t worry if your lawn is looking brown or even yellow, the autumn rains will soon make it green again.

Don’t feed your lawn with a high-nitrogen fertiliser now as this will encourage lots of lush new growth which is easily damaged by autumn weather.

Lawn growth slows down in late summer so raise the cutting height of your lawn mower to help the grass cope.

If you’re planning on laying a new lawn this autumn, prepare the area now to give it time to settle. This also allows weeds to germinate so you can clear the area thoroughly before planting.

Recut any lawn edges if needed. Try installing lawn edging to make future maintenance easier.

If your lawn is infested by ants, brush out the nests on a dry day. Always brush them away before mowing.

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