|Go slowly so you really cover every grass blade with this great blend of nutrients and microorganisms. You can also use a watering can with a rose head (that’s the round one with a circular pattern of holes) for this simple task. Give the lawn more Tea in about a month, and then treat problem areas monthly, such as the compacted path where the children race to the back door and Fido’s favorite targets. By building your lawn organically, the grass plants develop better root systems that can take on summer’s heat and drought without turning pale and getting crunchy underfoot. Mow lawn grasses and those unspecific, mostly grass areas we call ‘mow what grows’ often enough so you remove about 1/3 of the blades’ height at once. More than that is yet another stressor your lawn doesn’t deserve!