The first step towards establishing a new lawn is to prepare the site. Digging a deep and broad trench around the site is required. Once the area is leveled, it is time to enrich the soil with organic manures or amend it with fertile soil. Heavy soils may need to be leveled with coarse sand or removed to a depth of twenty centimeters. Soil pH level should be between 5.5.6. To remedy acidity, 500 g of lime should be added to the soil. Clayey loams need to be amended with gypsum and other alkali-based soils should be leveled.
A well-maintained lawn requires careful planning and landscape design. Proper grading is essential to avoid water problems and promote easy access to the lawn area. Grading the soil can also create gentle hills or valleys that add interest to flat landscapes. Also, soil quality should be carefully assessed to select the best grass for the area. The soil needs to be well-drained for the grass to germinate and grow. A well-maintained lawn should have a healthy and well-balanced ecosystem, with no weeds or grass clogging up the soil.
The process of lawn development requires careful planning and the use of modern machinery to achieve a beautiful lawn. The best seasons for lawn development include autumn, spring, and summer. The soil should be soft, warm, and cool for the seedling to thrive. The process is relatively cheap, but requires a significant amount of time. Seeding a lawn needs to be done before it can be planted, as it requires some aeration. The goal is to get deeper roots and thicker turf than a thin lawn can achieve.