June 21, 2023 Turf Tips
Although rain brings a lot of benefits to our gardens (and saves us the task of watering), when it comes to completing jobs outside, rain can really put a dampener on things. But if you’ve booked out time to lay your new George Davies turf, and the weather takes a turn, how will the rain impact the quality of your turf and the end result?
This article discusses the impact rain can have on your turf and the potential issues to look out for.
The bonus of laying fresh turf is that you can roll it out in almost any weather. As long as your soil is thoroughly prepared, then yes, you can continue to lay your turf in the rain. Our previous blog on how you lay turf in the rain can provide you with the right steps to successfully achieve this.
A small amount of rainfall won’t harm your fresh new turf. In fact, it’ll provide your grass with a much-needed drink and help the roots anchor in. However, there are a few signs to keep a look out for, which could prevent your turf from getting the best head start.
Things to look out for when laying turf in the rain:
As we said, turf can be laid in any weather, so don’t let a little rain put you off your landscaping project. It’ll be worth it! Plus, drought is the most common killer of fresh turf, so rain can protect your investment because:
Don’t let the wet weather put off revamping your garden or finishing your landscaping project. Now is the best time to order and lay new turf; allowing it time to settle in and be ready for a summer full of garden fun! See our range of turf products or get in touch with the team today.