Mow frequently with sharp blades
The key is frequent cutting, which forces the turf to grow thick and keep out weeds. Keep mower blades sharp so the grass isn't battered and made susceptible to disease.
Don't go too short
Remember not to cut the grass too short. With a grass level of 5-9 cm you will have a fine, sustainable lawn.
Keep the mulch
Leave the clippings on your lawn. Not only do you eliminate the time to bag and dump the mulch, but the clippings fertilize the soil and lawn.
Avoid watering at night
Be sure to let the grass dry out before the dew falls, since extended moisture invites disease. The best time to water is pre-dawn or early morning.
Grow thick grass
Get rid of any weeds as early as possible.The best defense against pests, weeds and diseases is to grow thick, vigorous turf.