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Watering to Establish Lawn

When watering to establish a new lawn or when redoing an old lawn, we normally call for 2-3 “mists” throughout the day for the first 7-10 days until roots get established. These are just 10 minute bursts. Then back off to once a day for about ½ hour for 7-10 days. Then go to 2-3 times a week (for about 7 days). By then your lawn should be established. Click on link to read entire article.

Watering to establish a lawn

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  1. Turf Solutions

    This is one of the most important steps to having a great lawn. Most people take for granted how much water your yard needs in the beginning stages.

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