- Fungus:Fungal lawn diseases take advantage of moist conditions to spread and thrive. If your lawn has a blight, mold, or patch problem, you’re probably overwatering. It could also just be that you might be watering at the wrong time of day. Try watering early or first thing in the morning.
- Squishing Noise: If you watered your lawn hours ago and it still goes squish under your feet, that’s a sign you might want to cut back on the amount of time you are watering. This will not only save you money but could lower your water bill quite a bit.
- Runoff: If you are watering your lawn so much that the soil does not have time to absorb the water and the water is running into the street that would also be an obvious sign to cut back the amount of time you are watering for. No one likes paying for a water bill that is high because of watering the city streets rather then the lawn.
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