Supporting Your Lawn Through Summers Heat
Summer heat-stress presents a serious problem for regional lawns, especially in July and August. Hot temperatures, dry weather, and foot traffic tax on most types of grass, allowing weeds and bugs to move in. Changing a few simple habits—such as cutting your grass to a certain length and watering it during the right time of day—helps your lawn to withstand environmental stressors. Additionally, planting the right type of grasses in the first place, or using a supplemental seed on bare patches, lends resilience to your backyard haven.
Original Article Source Credits: The Spruce , https://www.thespruce.com/
Article Written By: Kelly Burke
Original Article Posted on: 01/21/20
Link to Original Article: https://www.thespruce.com/summer-heat-stress-on-your-lawn-2152874