When grass on garden lawns (carpet tiles) and sports fields will reach heights 3-5 cm, and on park lawns 5-8 cm, the lawn surface should be rolled with a light roller. The purpose of this rolling is to level the soil surface, where small unevenness is most often formed. This rolling must be carried out, when the soil is moderately moist (plastic). Carrying out this treatment on dry soil (hard) does not fulfill its purpose. After 2-3 days after rolling, the first mowing should be performed, shortening only the ends of leaves by 1,5-2 cm. For this purpose, drum mowers with very sharp blades should be used. The purpose of such early pruning of young plants is, first of all, to make them till.

Mowing should be done regularly, when the height of the grass on garden and sports lawns exceeds 5 cm, and on park lawns 8 cm. On top-class lawns, the height of the grass is kept within limits 2-3,5 cm.

Permanent weeds appearing on the lawn should be removed manually in the first period. Permanent mowing reduces their growth to a great extent. Herbicides with a selective action until the lawn is aged 6 months must be used very carefully. After three months of grass growth, it is very advantageous to spread peat on the lawn surface in quantity 2-3 kg/m2. This small layer of mulch has a very beneficial effect, especially in the summer drought, and contributes to better propagation of grasses and the production of runners.. If during this time there are symptoms of a lack of nitrogen in the soil (Sure, yellowing plant leaves), ammonium sulphate should be added to the peat in an amount of approx 30 g/m2, i.e. approx 3 kg / ar. This amount is best mixed with peat intended for the surface 1 now.

Lawns established in spring and summer may require constant watering.