The goal is to moisten as much of the root zone as possible. To be sure you are watering the right amount, place an empty tuna can
in the area where you are sprinkling. When there is about an inch of water in the can, that’s the amount of time you should be watering.
Generally, it takes 15 to 30 minutes, depending on your sprinklers.
The best time to water is between 4am-8am in the morning. Mornings are best for disease avoidance and to prevent heat stress during
hot temperatures. You can water for 5-10min midday to cool off the turf on the hottest summer days.
Deep and infrequent watering promotes good root growth and overall resourcefulness. Whereas, watering daily makes grass weak,
more vulnerable to disease, and the weeds and moss love it. Water deeply every other day for the best results during the summer months.