In Utah, the lawn needs to be watered only twice or three times per week. Nothing in the home landscape, including the grass, ever needs to be watered every day.
- In May and early June, twice a week is enough.
- From the middle of June through August you can water your lawn three times a week.
- The duration of each watering should be between 20 and 30 minutes. If you get a rainstorm that drops more that a half or three quarters of an inch of rain, you can turn of your sprinklers for a day or two and save some landscape water and money.
The lawn never needs to be watered every day. It's bad for the lawn as it can create turf-grass disease problems. It is also a huge waste of water.
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