Frequency of watering depends on the weather and the location of the plot – in shady areas you can water less often, in those areas that are under direct sunlight, respectively. On average, you need to water your lawn every 2-10 days. The best time for watering is in the evening, so that the water can be fully absorbed before the sun is shining. It is important to ensure that the water is evenly and gradually moistened. In no case should not use a directed jet of water, only rain-type irrigation. In this respect, automatic irrigation systems help to achieve better results by using long and finely sprayed irrigation.
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Nutrients from the turf are constantly pulled out by the plant, which is trimmed. Without timely fertilisation, the lawn becomes weak, resulting in yellowing and weeds. Usually fertiliser is used 2-3 times a year or more often if necessary. It is very important to distribute chemicals correctly so that the pellets fall to the ground, otherwise the leaves can burn. Water the lawn the day before and two days after fertilisation.