The time of day, the amount of water and how often you water your lawn are all important factors to keep in mind when establishing a water cycle for your lawn.
Get To Know Your Lawn: Knowing the type of grass you have and its particular needs makes all the difference.
Water Late In The Afternoon or Early Evening: This reduces the amount of evaporation that takes place during the very hot day, allowing more water to reach the root zone.
Spread the Water Uniformly Across The Lawn: Sprinklers vary in distribution patterns, and require spray overlap for the uniform coverage. Avoid flooding areas, or missing other spots.
Monitor Rainfall: Don't water the lawn if rains are expected soon. Don't apply more water to the lawn than what is absolutely necessary.
Remember: No more than 1" of water a week, less than that will not harm your lawn.
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