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How to Water Your Lawn

Watering first thing in the morning or in the early afternoon is ideal. This timing allows the grass to absorb all the moisture without risking burning in the harsh direct sunlight.

What Is The Best Time Of Day To Water My Lawns in Gainesville FL

Including rainfall, you should aim to give your lawn between 1 and 1.5 inches of water each week. That said, each lawn is different, so read more watering tips here.

It’s best to water your lawn deeply and infrequently to avoid problems like shallow roots and fungal growth. For that reason, we recommend against watering your lawn each day.

Watering in the winter can cause excess moisture and health problems, especially since our grass goes dormant in the colder weather. Learn how to care for your grass in the winter here.

Harsh summer weather can place considerable stress on our lawns, so it’s important to provide it with enough water. Here’s how to adjust your watering schedule in the summer.

In some cases, it may be beneficial to water your lawn after mowing – but only if your grass needs the extra moisture. We recommend separating your watering and mowing routines.

Problems like fungal growth, poor drainage, and squishy soil could all mean that your grass is getting too much water. Learn about other signs of overwatering here.

Dehydrated grass often looks brown, brittle, and unhealthy. Here are some telltale signs that your lawn is dehydrated and needs more water.

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