The Q&A Archives: Watering Lawn

Question: I live in Michigan and would like to know when I can stop watering the lawn.

Answer: Turfgrass needs about one inch of water per week. As soon as rainfall is consistent, you can stop watering your lawn. I have a rain gauge in my garden to help me keep track of the rain fall. Empty it once a week. If it is less than an inch, you'll need to water. Enjoy your landscape!

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