A lush, green lawn creates a beautiful living carpet around your house, making your property attractive to passers-by or visitors. Chemical fertilizers are most often used to keep the grass green and healthy, because they provide fast results, but natural organic solutions are the preferred option if you want to encourage vigorous and long-term green grass growth.
Regular care of the lawn produces a strong growth and natural resistance to diseases that may change the color of the grass. A care routine associated with prompt interventions to correct various problems will keep your lawn green even without using chemicals.
- Water the lawn deeply, early in the morning, when there is less evaporation. This allows more water to reach the roots. Watering the grass during early hours allows it to evaporate slowly, throughout the day, which also reduces the risk of disease.
- Cut just one-third of the height of the grass, each time you mow, to avoid stressing the blades
- Leave the mow clippings there, on the lawn, as they are a natural source of nitrogen that will fertilize the grass.
- Aerate the lawn every year or more often, if necessary, to correct the compacted soil, and apply revive products found at https://www.revive.com/.