A good rule of thumb is to give your lawn a healthy number of waterings per week, which translates to about 30 minutes three times per week.
BRADLEY, Ill. (PRWEB) August 31, 2022
Bradley Mowers has announced the release of its latest resource “A Comprehensive Guide to Watering Your Lawn.” This resource provides insight on how to water a lawn by covering when is the best time to water a lawn, how much water to use, what type of sprinkler to use, what to do if a lawn is overwatered or underwatered, and what to do in a drought.
How much water a lawn needs is based on several factors including the geographical location, season, current weather, and type of soil and grass. According to Bradley Mowers, “A good rule of thumb is to give your lawn a healthy number of waterings per week, which translates to about 30 minutes three times per week.” Underwatering a lawn could make it hard for grass to grow while overwatering a lawn could encourage fungal growth. The optimal time to water a lawn is in the morning before 10 am because there is less wind and water evaporation.
Watering a lawn is primarily done through two types of sprinklers, impact sprinklers and rotary sprinklers. Impact sprinklers offer more water pressure and are ideal for larger lawns or in areas with high winds. Rotary sprinklers distribute the water more evenly and are ideal for smaller lawns or those looking to reduce water waste. Sprinklers can be programmed with timers to ensure the lawns are not overwatered or underwatered.
To learn more about how to water a lawn, please visit Bradley Mowers here.
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