Our hot, dry weather has lawns turning brown.  Turning those lawns green takes a lot of water and for some, that means a lot of money.  Is it worth it?

Is watering the lawn a waste of water and money?

Some view watering as a unnecessary and wasteful.  In some years that might be true.  Not this year.

Watering to keep your lawn thick and green could be deemed as excessive, but watering a little is necessary to keep your lawn from dying out.  Even more importantly, watering is needed to keep your lawn from becoming a fire hazard.

If you want to water to keep your lawn thick and greeen, go ahead, but it can be costly.  A couple of days ago we talked about the cost of watering and how much water your lawn needs to simply survive.

Let's keep hoping for rain, until then...