During the first three weeks after sowing water regularly as the seeds require the soil to be constantly moist. Water regularly, a few times a day, so that the soil surface is moist all the time.
In our climatic conditions it is not possible to maintain a good lawn without watering (here the summer months are critical). The quantity of water required to maintain correct moisture levels depends on soil compactness. Natural precipitation and their irregularity do not satisfy the lawn’s water requirements.
A young lawn (3-4 weeks) should be watered most intensively, making sure that tits surface is moist at all times. Sprinklers may be used to that end. Use of a too powerful weather stream to water freshly sown seeds causes them to be washed out and bold patches to appear.
A well maintained lawn needs from 2 to 5 litres of water per 1 sq. m per week.
Soil should be moist down to a depth of at least 10 – 15 cm.
Evening watering is most effective – we avoid losses due to evaporation.