Water Your Lawn

Grass needs water to stay healthy. The rule is simple: your lawn needs at least 2.5cm of water per week. If Mother Nature does not provide the required amount, you need to water your lawn yourself in accordance with your municipality’s regulations. During the summer, your lawn is at the greatest risk of suffering from dryness. A lack of water will not kill your lawn, because when grass is dry it becomes dormant and yellow in order to resist stress. Once it receives adequate watering, your lawn will slowly return to its normal appearance. The best time of day to water your lawn is early in the morning or in the evening. There will be less water evaporation and you will avoid any discoloration caused by the sun. During the spring and fall, there is generally enough rainfall to give your lawn a healthy amount of water.

Our other tips & tricks for better looking grass

This is the first important step to care for your lawn.
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Mowing your lawn makes it stronger.
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