The Best Time to Water Grass in the Pacific Northwest

Grass in the Pacific Northwest is best irrigated in the early morning hours around 4 a.m. The second best time is as late as possible at night or around 11 p.m. The goal is to keep the leaf surfaces wet for as little time as possible to prevent disease.

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Robin Gonyo has been writing for several years now. She has a deep love for gardening and has spent a vast amount of time researching that subject. Previously she has written for private clients before joining Demand Studios. She hopes to share her knowledge with others through her writing.