Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Conserve water this summer on lawn care

When I was growing up in the Rio Grande Valley in the '60s, the area was considered a semi-tropic. Now it's often referred to as semi-arid. Diminished rainfall makes the once lush landscape parched and a fire hazard during windy days (which is more often than not). The Rio Grande runs slow and low as the population on both sides of the river continues to grow and increases demand for water for new households, agriculture and business.
Summer is here in full force and lawns are looking a little ragged. If you want to conserve water and few bucks while keeping your lawn healthy, check out Water-Saving Tips for Your Lawn under Read More About It.

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