Video: How a Drought Can Affect Your Lawn

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rachel

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bob is wrong. have a professional lawn care business size matters when it comes to mowing a lawn and so does cutting height

bella

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this video is a waste of time. don't watch it.

Bob

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I didn't learn anything.

Tim

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I agree with Chuck...this video was weak (to put it in PG terms) and not even remotely helpful. All that video production work to tell us to call a landscaping company early in the spring before they're overbooked? Duh. I expected more from Angie's List. Swing and a miss...

Mark

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I agree with you Chuck. I appreciate the value Angie's List brings to hiring reputable companies, but the tag was misleading for the video.

layton

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This video does not tell the viewer anything about what to actually do in order to repair drought damaged lawns!

Chuck Berschinski

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Bob Andrews gave no legitimate steps to take to repair the DEAD grass- In most cases the dead zones need to be re-soded, zip seeded, or tilled up and reseeded. Nothing is going to make dead grass come back to life. Many of the lawns died due to lawn fungus which feed on the stressed grass. Lawn fungi like it hot and humid.

Richard

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Good story! Good Timing!

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