The following is a general watering guide.
Depending on weather, soil, elevation, type of grass, and fertilization conditions
exact watering can greatly differ from one yard to the next.
When mowing your lawn, to give it that golf course look use a reel mower instead of a rotary.
The first time you mow your lawn it should be done just before the first 2 weeks of installation are up.
Try keeping your mower blades sharp and mow no more than the top 3rd of your grass height.
water deeply and less frequently instead of lightly and more frequently.
If a bluish tint occurs or an indention remains from footprints
If soil is extremely soft, mushy, or contains dichondra, moss, mushrooms, or smells musty
When fertilizing your established lawn, use Richards
"Super Lawn Food Plus Iron" to keep it green.
Unfortunately, all Bermuda type lawns are considered summer grasses, which are dormant in the winter.
if you are over seeding a Sod/Tif a.k.a.
Hybrid Bermuda you must use either
Perennial Rye or Poa
First - Scalp your current lawn.
Second - Spread your seed on top of scalped lawn or bare ground.
Third - Spread Richard's Lawn Starter Fertilizer on top of your seed.
Fourth - Lightly spread a thin layer of top cover (Mulch or Manure).
Use Manure and Richard's Organic Worm if it's really cold out.
Annual Rye= 15 pounds per thousand square feet
Bermuda = 3 - 5 pounds per thousand square feet
Fescue = 15 pounds per thousand square feet
Perennial Rye = 15 pounds per thousand square feet
Poa Trivialis = 3 - 5 pounds per thousand square feet
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