The last two days in central Florida saw quite a bit of rain. However, that doesn’t even begin to dispel the drought conditions we have been experiencing.
The old adage “too much of a good thing is not good” holds true when it comes to rain and your lawn. A soaking rain, much like we received recently, helps your lawn and plants grow by providing a steady flow of moisture which seeps down to the roots.
However, too much rain too quickly, or over a long period of time, can damage your lawn, and the substrata beneath it. Too much rain can also leave standing water in your yard, providing a breeding ground for mosquitoes, which have been linked to the Zika virus.
Thanks to the recent rain and the beautiful temperatures, your lawn is sure to start growing, coming up green and inviting. Keep your lawn looking its best!
Not enough hours in the week to do it yourself? Call Huntington Lawn Care today, and receive a 20% off your first month’s weekly lawn maintenance. Offer valid until March 31, 2017, for new customers only.
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