How to Build Your Own Lawn

March 30,2022

First of all, the soil where the lawn is planted should be turned, and the weeds and debris in the soil should be removed. After evenly spreading the grass seeds, cover them with thin soil, and then water and fertilize the grass seeds.

 

3 steps to building a lawn

 

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Fertilization: Lawn plants need sufficient soil nutrients to ensure normal growth and development. In order to maintain beautiful leaf color and lush lawns, fertilizers must be applied. It is best to use less organic fertilizers for lawns, because organic fertilizers are easy to bring. Seeds of weeds, reducing the ornamental value of lawns. If chemical fertilizers are used, nitrogen fertilizers are generally used, and fertilization is generally not used in summer.

 

Watering: After the lawn sprouts, remove the non-woven fabric, and water and fertilize the lawn. Drain the lawn when watering. Otherwise, too much water will flood the lawn. In summer, because the temperature is high at noon and the water evaporates quickly, watering is generally chosen in the morning or evening.

 

Prevention and control of pests and diseases: During the growth process of lawns, weeds and insect pests generated in the lawn should be cleaned up in time. If there are too many weeds, they will absorb nutrients from the lawn and cause great damage to the lawn. If pests are found, they should be eliminated by spraying during the larval stage, otherwise, the larvae will develop resistance to certain drugs when they grow up.

 

Before planting lawns, it is necessary to do an effective test on the place where the lawn is planted and the soil properties, so that you can fully understand the growth environment of the lawn, and you can formulate a perfect planting plan based on these data. Planting lawns in this way is also very beneficial to the growth process of lawns. And when the lawn grows lush, it can be properly trimmed, so that after trimming, the lawn not only looks neat and beautiful, but also has a good advantage.

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