Considering the unpredictable weather and the possibility of hot summer droughts, it can be difficult to know how thoroughly, and when, to water your Georgia lawn. Too much irrigation at the wrong time can encourage disease, and watering infrequently can cause your grass to wither and die.
Check out these tips on how often you should irrigate your lawn. And if you have questions, give a local Peachtree plumber, HIS Plumber a call.
Consider The Time Of Year
Your local area may vary, but in general your Georgia lawn will need very little watering during the spring and early summer seasons. During the long, hot summer, however, and especially during drought conditions in any season, you’ll have to pay more attention to the condition of your grass.