Backfill soil between the plug and the hole. Water in plugs immediately after installation to fill soil air holes around root systems. During the first three weeks, water plantings for about 60 minutes every four days on mild spring days or every three days on hot summer days. A one-hour watering will soak more deeply than 15-minute ones.
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Frequently Asked Questions
This will help you plan how many holes you’ll need to dig and decide whether you’ll need more grass plugs.
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Stop watering when the soil looks damp—it should be moist, but not waterlogged. Watering the soil helps further loosen the ground and create a hospitable environment for the grass plugs. Dipping the grass plugs in a container of water before planting them can also help the rots adapt to the soil.
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