Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Lawn Watering Restrictions Across The United States

Water restrictions are now a reality across the United States. Some of the states that are affective by the restrictions are Florida, Texas, Georgia, Illinois, Minnesota, North Caroline and Tennessee. In some states there are giving penalties ranging from $200 to $500 for using too much water or for using water outside the state requirements. However, just because there are water restrictions, it does not mean you can’t have a beautiful yard. There are a number of things you can do to maintain a perfect green lawn, without being guilty of breaking your states water restrictions.

Things you can do to have a green lawn without wasting to much water and staying in compliance with your towns lawn water restrictions.
1) Aerate your soil to allow for circulation of air and moisture.
2) Let the grass grow longer as it decreases the amount of moisture lost from soil.
3) Minimize activity like walking, playing games, etc... on the grass.
4) Least expensive way to a green lawn and save water and money is to use the GRASS PATCH LAWN PAINT/GRASS COLORANT.

During times of drought, lawn water restrictions most commonly result in your grass turning yellow or brown. Thanks to the Grass Patch, you can now have a perfect green lawn all year long, while preserving natural recourses. or


Mike Dohrmann
Grass Patch