Good morning dear Lawnfreaks, we have autumn, we have a wonderful morning. The sun is just coming through between the trees. The dew lies on the grasses, and what are we doing this morning? Stay tuned. Who is already wagging the drops of water down from his blades of grass. That’s what the greenkeepers do on golf courses. And of course we Lawnfreaks can do that too. It is really easy! We
need a high-tech device to sweep dew from the grasses.
Exactly, we need a broom. That’s all. This is my high-tech device to wagging the dew. A simple, beautiful, wide broom. So nice wide, so you don’t need a long time here with the broom for sweeping across the grass. And we pull that now through. Where the dew lies on the grasses everything looks so greyish and so bright. And as soon as the water is down from the grass you have a very rich green color from your lawn. I find that totally fascinating. Totally easy, that’s all. And then the sun can rise. And if the sun rises then the grass is again really beautiful warmed from the sun. One thing I always hear again, I’m not quite sure if it’s right or wrong, maybe someone has more experience than me. These small drops of water on the blades of grass are to be used in strong solar radiation, we have still nice sunny days now in the fall, are designed to damage the grass. That through this little ball, through this little water ball,
the water acts like a burning glass and damages the grass. Yes, there is also
some voices say that’s nonsense. So that’s not why we wipe the water off the blades of grass. But above all, in order to get the moisture into the ground and no moisture, no wet accumulation, on the surface. Today only a very short video to the theme dew wagging. Yes, I find one
very, very important thing in the fall. That we take care there’s not so much moisture on the grass surface and that’s wonderfully easy to fight with a broom. Thanks for watching That was already for today. Until next time. bye