With water shortages hit your area, consider these helpful tips for keeping your lawn and landscape as healthy as possible.
Drought is a fact of life most of us have to deal with at some point. Whether the period of abnormally low moisture is long or short, you can prepare for your lawn's survival. Here are some tips from the Turf Resource Center, an international nonprofit organization.
For existing lawns, maintenance 30 to 45 days prior to an expected drought, dry period, or excessively hot time of year can have a real impact on your lawn's survivability. The idea is to make the lawn as strong and healthy as possible beforehand. Here's how:
Once the drought hits, or once temperatures reach high levels for a week or more, take these additional steps:
If the drought is extended or water-use restrictions are implemented, take these additional steps: