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The UC Guide to Healthy Lawns

Irrigating established lawns

Irrigation is the most important component of lawn maintenance. In order for a lawn to thrive, it must have a strong, vigorous root system. Roots need moist and aerated soil to grow properly.

To maintain a healthy lawn, you must pay attention to

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Photo of irrigating a lawn with pop-up sprinklers

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