Blog posts tagged in watering
Summer is the height of the growing season for warm season grasses.
With the right lawn care practices your lawn should be looking sensational.
Less frequent, deeper soakings will train the root system to become more self-sufficient and robust, particularly with drought tolerant varieties. In many parts of Queensland that receive regular rainfall, such as the Eastern seaboard, you may not need to water much at all.
Grey water is the wastewater from your household, laundry and bathroom, but not the toilet, kitchen sink or dishwasher which potentially contain nasty chemicals, solids and fats.
Thinking about laying new lawn this Spring? We can’t emphasise how important it is to water your lawn straight away as soon as you’ve got it down.
If you don’t water it, it will dry out and start turning brown and looking very nasty.
If you’re laying a large area of lawn, don’t wait till it’s all finished. Start watering once you’ve got a few square metres down because that first hour in the sun is critical.