7. Keep It Healthy All Year

To keep your lawn healthy all year long, it’s best to water your lawn twice a week, even if rain is called for. This way, if a drought happens you’ll be prepared and your lawn won’t immediately suffer.

Hopefully these tips will help you if you’re dealing with a summer drought or if you ever find yourself in the middle of one in the future. If you have any tips to share about caring for your lawn after a drought, I’d love to hear from you! What’s your best tip?

Sources: web.extension.illinois.edu, lowes.com, scotts.com

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