Lawn Care has a great article full of tips for watering your lawn to keep your grass healthy and green.
A lot of homeowners around the country will water their grass to the point where it is over saturated while others will rarely water their grass and allow for rain to be the only source of water their grass gets.
During normal seasons, grass usually will need about an inch of water on a weekly basis to keep up their fresh green coloring as well as their continuing growing capabilities. Summer months, however, will find very intense heat and humid conditions that will alter your grass’s natural inhibitors which will cause the lawn to grow at above normal rates.
To check out the full list of recommendations, read the complete article on LawnCare.org.