How Fast Does Grass Grow?


How fast grass grows will often depend on the weather and the type of grass it is. In the south during the winter the grass will go down from being cut every week to maybe every few weeks. Grass needs heat and water to grow, and drought often happens in the winter and spring months in the south. When rain or hurricane season hits the grass will grow dramatically sometimes requiring the grass be cut sometimes twice a week. The average growth rate of grass is between 2-6 inches per week.
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How Fast Does Grass Grow?
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