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Mow high No, not you the mower Set your mower to keep the grass at least 3 inches high for most cool season grasses like fescues, bluegrass, and rye (1 inch or less for warm-season grasses like Bermuda grass; they re a
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special case) Not cutting your grass too short is the Most Important Lawn Care Practice Maintaining grass at the proper height preserves plenty of leaf surface so that photosynthesis is maximized and plenty of sugars go into the roots to strengthen them (plants are sugar junkies, too); it helps shade out weeds, encourages grass to spread by sending underground runners, discourages pests, and keeps diseases at bay Mowing high is the right thing to do Keep in mind the following tips for mowing: Never cut more than one-third of the total height at any one time; losing too much off the top is shocking to the grass If your grass is 4 inches high, for example, don t cut more than 133 inches Keep your mower blades sharp to avoid damage to the grass Mow in late afternoon when the lawn is dry so that the clippings don t clump Cut in a different direction each time you mow to prevent wear and to keep grass blades upright Mow when the grass needs it, not just because it s Saturday morning Use a mulch mower or mulching blade to return the clippings to the lawn You can also mow right over fallen leaves and they too can return to the soil
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Nearly everybody waters too much A few people water too little Very few people water just the right amount Remember the following key points to water your lawn properly: Most lawns need about an inch of water per week, including rainfall That inch will penetrate 6 to 12 inches depending on your soil type (deeper in sandy soils than in clay soils) Brown grass isn t necessarily dead grass Cool season lawn grasses go dormant and turn brown during hot, dry summer weather You don t need to water these lawns to keep them alive, and when they do get adequate water again (from rain, preferably), they green back up and start growing again Watering should replace what s been used and no more Use a soil probe to examine soil moisture If the root zone is damp, there s no need to irrigate If you step on the grass and it doesn t spring back when you remove your foot, you might want to water Water in early morning Never water at night or in the heat of day Among cool season grasses, fescues are the most drought tolerant; bluegrass and rye are the least Warm season grasses tolerate more drought than cool season ones
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The major nutrient required by lawn grasses is nitrogen, followed by phosphorous, potassium, and some trace elements like iron in certain situations Many soils are abundant in everything except nitrogen, which is volatile and needs to be applied regularly in any soil to keep grass vigorous However, many people overapply lawn fertilizers thinking that more is always better The smart approach is to test soil to find out exactly what yours needs 2 of Book VI tells you more about soils tests and about fertilizing Proper fertilizing replaces what your grass has used up rather than dumping on a set amount each time Overfeeding your lawn can result in damage to waterways and ground water through leaching of nutrients, and it means more watering and mowing unfortunate outcomes all around Be sure to use only organic fertilizers, not chemical ones
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