Generally, a lawn should receive about 1 inch of water per week. The exact amount depends on the type of grass and soil. You should not water your lawn too much because it can damage the root system. A good trick to test your lawn is to stick a screwdriver into the soil. If the ground is soft enough that you can penetrate 6-8 inches below the ground level, then the lawn is sufficiently watered. If not, you may need to water more.
The amount of water needed varies based on the type of grass and the weather conditions. The lawn needs more water when temperatures, wind, and sunlight are high, or when humidity is low. However, one inch of water per week is usually enough, even in drought conditions.
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