This past winter has waged a vicious war on our lawns and
landscapes. The dry weather, combined with unusually high temperatures and
watering restrictions, have given our lawns a poor start to the summer
season. Many lawns, like the one pictured above, are beyond immediate
rescue provided by basic watering.
Also, the beginning of Summer starts today, (in combination
with an unusually hot Spring) and Colorado temperatures continue to break
What Do I Do Now?
·Be Patient - your lawn will bounce back, but it's going to
take some time and dedication
·Water Normally - Continue your normal watering schedule,
taking into account rain fall and heat waves
·Mow your lawn - Raise your mower to 3" tall and
continue to mow normally. The added height will reduce the amount of stress
placed on the grass and allow for healthier growth in the future