The visual beauty and health of the grass only rely on one crucial thing that is excellent land, both in terms of structure and texture, a healthy earth allows easy absorption of water, air, nutrients and roots, all that needs to be 100% healty. Although water is crucial to the health of the grass, giving the essential nutrients to grow and reproduce, showering in excess can dispel these nutrients and keep the grass wet for a long time, this makes it susceptible to contracting diseases and pests.

More water can be as harmful as a dry, in this area is necessary, above all, sensitivity and common sense, know that the grass garden requires no more than 2.5 cm of water per week, including rain which is simply watering once or twice a week depending on the type of soil (pH).

The visual beauty and health of the grass only rely on one crucial thing that is excellent land...

There is a common myth that the most beautiful and healthy grass are those that are cut close to the ground, but this is not true. Cutting the grass too short, especially during the hottest months of the year, puts excessive strain on it. To be attractive, a meadow and regular cut needs to be planed and not necessarily short. The ideal is to keep the grass at a height of 7-7,5 cm and trimming more often.

Generally, you join the grass that you cut from your garden and you throw it away, however, the cut grass should be left exactly where it is to assume the role of organic and nutritious fertilizer. Filled with nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and other essential nutrients to the health of the grass, it is important to take advantage of this natural resource. If you do not like that “messy” look, join the cut grass and use it as organic compost, laying it on the ground for other plants to enhance their healthy growth.