How to set up your turf lawn for air-conditioning

When you want to keep your turf turf grass green and alive, you need to make sure it’s not too dry and dry air.

When the humidity drops, the air becomes too cool and it won’t allow your grass to grow as well.

That’s why the turf grass in your yard should be kept cool.

A few things to keep in mind: Keep the grass moist.

It can be too humid in your home for the grass to become green.

This can cause the grass roots to die and the roots can’t spread.

A good way to keep the grass from dying is to put it in a humidifier, which can make it cool enough for your lawn.

The air temperature should also be around 80 degrees Fahrenheit (24 degrees Celsius).

The air should be around 55 degrees Fahrenheit or 35 degrees Celsius, whichever is closer to the actual temperature.

If you want more air, put the grass in a dryer.

A humidifier will allow you to keep it cool, but the grass will still need to dry out before it can grow.