The average American household uses about 25,000 gallons of water a year on their lawn. Let’s say the family lives in a place that’s amenable to green life year-round. Divide that 25,000 by 52 weeks in the year, and that’s about 480 gallons a week. That number would change depending on location though. Places like New England, with its cold winters, can’t support vegetation in the winter months, etc. But for a rough, general number: 480 gallons.
The amount of water people use to water their lawns varies on the person, weather, grass and soil type. Usually you want to water you lawn to have at least 1 inch of water per week. Basically, you want to use as little water as possible to make your yard healthy.
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