• Hydrate early. It’s best for your lawn to receive about an inch of water on a weekly basis, either through rainfall or manually watering with an irrigation system or garden hose. When using manual watering techniques, be sure to begin hydration as early as possible in the morning before the sun is able to dry up your lawn. However, keep in mind that an oversaturated lawn is just as fruitless as a dry one.
  • Mow, and mow often. When mowing your lawn, set your lawn mower blades as high as possible. Long blades of grass are able to obtain more sunlight and use this energy to produce more nutrients. Regular mowing is recommended in order to prevent cutting more than one-third of the grass blades at a time.
  • Use grass clippings to your advantage. Instead of bagging your grass clippings,
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