Friday, June 27, 2008

Less Is More When Watering Your Lawn

Less is more when watering your lawn. Watering too much and too often results in shallow roots, weed growth, disease and fungus.

  • Water long enough to soak down to the root zone, and don’t water again until the soil is dry.
  • A rule of thumb: If the grass springs back when you step on it, it has enough water.
  • Watch my HOW-TO video and find other irrigation tips at .

July is Smart Irrigation Month.

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