Turn on the Sprinklers: It’s Time to Start Watering Your Lawn

We had a relatively dry early spring in New England. That means that you will need to start watering your lawn soon.

Your lawn needs about 1-1.5 inches of water per week. A great way to measure is to leave a tuna fish can out to see how much sprinkler water you are collecting. It’s best to water early in the day so that your lawn has a chance to dry out throughout the day.

Do you want to conserve water and reap all of its benefits? Consider Water Savers by SeaScape. Each application will help your lawn retain the critical moisture it needs and allows you to reduce the amount of water you use. Contact us for more info and pricing.

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