Here in the Pacific Northwest they're already predicting a drought for
this summer due to our lack of snow-pack in our mountains.
This brings up a question that I've thought of many times but never asked.
In a drought situation is it better to cut one's grass short because
there's less of it to need the water or --- to leave it long on the
premise that the blades shadow the ground and, possibly, help to lessen
the evaporation ?
All the best,
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I would suggest that you aim for 2 3/4 to 3 inches in the summer 'round
here. It will still brown off in the end, but the weed invasion will be
I would also suggest that you fertilize the lawn before the end of april.
A healthy lawn will fare much better in the drought and come back from the
Good luck to you.
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