Proper Watering

In hot summer weather, regular watering is more important than ever. The basic rule of thumb is to ensure that your lawn gets from 1" to 1 ½" of water per week from rainfall or sprinkling, and the soil should be soaked to a depth of 6" with each watering. The best time to water is early morning, since evaporation rates are lower in cooler temperatures.

In hot summer weather, regular watering is more important than ever. The basic rule of thumb is to ensure that your lawn gets from 1" to 1 ½" of water per week from rainfall or sprinkling, and the soil should be soaked to a depth of 6" with each watering. The best time to water is early morning, since evaporation rates are lower in cooler temperatures.