It’s a good idea to cut back the amount you water your lawn during rainy months. Excess water on turf grass promotes turf disease and insect attack. If you’re not sure your lawn needs water, look at the blades. When your lawn is thirsty, the blades of grass will fold in half in an attempt to conserve water. University recommendations state to water a lawn 2 to 3 times a week during the warmer months (when there isn’t rain) and every 10 to 14 days during the wintertime. Make sure when you irrigate your lawn, you are also abiding by any local watering ordinances that may be in your area.

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