Bushy varieties of lawn grass look very beautiful and completely hide the earth. With regular poking, plants will not grow buds, so all forces will focus on foliage growth rather than flowers and insemination.
In dry and hot summers, try to cut the lawn as rarely as possible. Cut the plants at the very top of them. The grass will remain high enough and will close the ground, which will help to avoid drying. Never strip plants by more than one-third. Reduce the level of poise slowly and gradually. The lower the cut is, the better the fertilizer should be.
On the hills and slopes you need a naiskosok to assemble the lawn grass. It is undesirable to mow moist plants, at which point they are damaged more than usual. In rainy and cool summers, grass should be mowed frequently, but gently so that it will acquire and retain the right height. Then the lawn will give plenty of shoots, which will make it tight and fluffy.
During temperate climates, cut the lawn grass preferably twice a week. If mow more often, plants are severely weaker, there will be propleshes in which weeds, moss and lichen are headed. The cut level should not be too low or the grass will turn yellow. Define the direction of the haircut in advance, so that the lawn is even.
Don’t water the lawn at noon, otherwise the grass will get sunburn and be covered with spots. The perfect time for this is morning and evening. If the lawn takes up a lot of space, divide the lot into sectors and water a new sector every day.