Gardening can be a tricky business, and while it may seem that all you have to do is water and fertilize, it's not as straightforward as it appears on the surface. It's not hard either, but you just have to be a bit careful if you want your grass to grow healthy and happy.
So let's figure out the science behind sunshine and water. We all know that our botanical friends need both water and sunshine, otherwise, how will they grow and survive? Suppose you're watering your lawn in the middle of the day, then that will not turn out to be ideal. The sunshine is burning hot and most of the water will be evaporated, leaving just a little behind for your green friends to benefit from. Hence, even the time when you water and fertilize your lawn can have a drastic impact.
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Another thing to keep in mind is that you don't need to water your lawn every day. In fact, just 2 times a week is more than enough. Too much water can lead to fungus growth and well, you can imagine the rest. The frequency of watering also depends on the kind of soil your lawn has. To learn more and quickly go through the basics of how to water and fertilize your lawn properly, have a look at the infographic below.
Infographic by: StarrTurf