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Doop

watering question

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We haven't had rain since for a very long time....early June I think? Now it's been over 100 for several days with no relief in sight. Aside from the obvious solution (move back north!) how often does one water and when?

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1" per week. Water early in the day (daybreak is good) and water deep (long and slow instead of short and shallow). Keep your grass fairly long (3").

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Doop your way down there and here it hasent rained measurable since June 12th low to mid 90s all week HUMID,not as bad as you tho.I water once a week 1" especially my garden, the grass well no water no cut and I have more fishin time not cuttin grass.

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If your lawn has gone dormant, I would just save your money and wait it out. If its still alive then you can make a difference.

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I dind't know they had lawns in Texas. Why is a guy from Texas asking lawn questions on a Minnesota based fishing forum?

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Tom7227,

There's nothing wrong with asking questions...I would take a guess and say that Doop used to live up here in the midwest. I dont see any harm in asking for other people's opinion!

Yes there's lawns in Texas!

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I'm wondering what kinda turf is it? Bermuda, St Augustine, rye? Seems to me I'd ask around how to treat your species in your environs.

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