It depends on how much sunlight and how much rain there is. If there is alot of rain and little sunlight I would say that you don't need to water at all if there is alot of both then water maybe once a week to help it out. if the is alot of sunlight and little rain then water it almost everyday or every other day.
Tree times a week.
sprinkle sugar all around your grass right after you water it for nine to ten times a day. Then the following week sprinkle salt and repeat.
Mature lawns require 1 inch of water per week. It is best to water deep and infrequently, so you will want to water twice a week, giving the lawn a half inch of water per watering.
You can water its amount normally, but if you just planted it you should water it 2 to 3 times a week.
Jamur grass does not require a lot of water to thrive. About an inch of water a week is enough of water for the grass to grow healthy. If the grass is new or sod, the care for the grass the first two weeks requires the soil to stay moist to enable the roots to grow deep.
Depending upon the type of grass, and the weather in your area. For example in hot Central Texas, for St. Augustine we water our grass twice a week. We try to make sure that it gets at least 1.5" a week. Also, it is important to watch the leaves of your grass. If they are folding or curling up, they are short of water. Water them the next morning. You can place used soup cans in various places on your grass to measure how many inches of water is your grass getting. Please also be mindful of the compaction and slope of your soil. If it is compacted and slopy, then water is very gradually so the water can seep down deep, in order to get deep root growth.
once or twice a week
10 times a week
we blink about 5000'000 times a week
Watering once or twice a week should be enough. Soak the soil one inch deep each time. Watering in early morning is best. Late night watering could create an environment for fungus to grow.
at least twice, every 2 days or so.
It is best to take a spray bottle full of distilled water (because the chlorine in tap water will kill them) and just spray the container or soil until it looks moist. How many times a week depends on the size of the pot or container.
Cats clean themselves but you can lightly spray them with some water about once or twice a week.
about 2 or 3 times a week.
5-7 times if you drink enough water and eat reguarly
A hamster needs cleaning out once a week but check there water bottel everyday incase mold
Three times a week.
At least three times a week
Only 2 - 3 times in a week,
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I usually masturabate 9-10 times a week
2-3 times a week for a beginer.
how many times should you need to calibrate your glucometer in a week
you need to water your flowers about 2 times a week.
twice a day/ 14 times a week