A lawn is the ideal solution for those who want a green, symmetrical and neat look of their yard. Resistant, easy to plant and maintain, the lawn is also very affordable in price, so any person who owns a small plot of land can afford it.
Here are some things you need to know if you want a greener, healthier lawn.
There are many varieties of organic lawn care that you can opt for, but if you want to make the best choice, you need to think about its purpose. For example, there are varieties ideal for sports, resistant to foot traffic, while others have a more beautiful appearance, but are much more sensitive, so they are suitable rather for decorative purposes.
There are two favorable periods for planting the lawn: from mid-March to early summer (June), then from mid-August to the end of October. Hot summer months are not a good choice because a soil that is too dry will not allow the seeds to germinate properly.
The lawn requires special care, especially in the first weeks after sowing, when the seeds need more water. Be careful, however, not to water the lawn excessively, because you will only generate other problems, such as fungi or mold, which may cause the seeds to rot. The safe option is to resort to a smart irrigation system, which will help you to correctly dose the amount of water.