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Initial Watering - The first watering should be heavy, wetting the soil to a depth of 6-8 inches. This will allow developing roots to better penetrate the soil. Daily waterings will also be more effective with a heavy initial watering. Care should be taken to not allow runoff.
The First Three Weeks - Daily watering is recommended for the first three weeks. The objective is to keep the surface moist. The amount of water applied each time will be small. However; in hot weather, two or three daily waterings may be necessary. With dew available many mornings, midday is often the best choice if only one daily watering can be made.
Fourth Week - As the seedlings develop, the surface may be allowed to dry out, but the root zone must still be kept moist. Change from light daily waterings to heavier waterings every other day.
Fifth Week - Two heavy waterings to maintain soil moisture for root development and later germinating seedlings.
Sixth Week - At this point resume normal watering procedures for your lawn. 1" of water each week will provide adequate growing moisture for excellent lawn performance.
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