Everyone enjoys the look of a nice healthy lawn. Not only do lawns increase the value of a property, they also cool the air, combat glare and noise, and reduce soil erosion. Perhaps most importantly, a healthy lawn actively filters and traps sediments and pollutants that could otherwise contaminate ground and/or surface water.
So how do you get the best possible lawn for your grass species? Follow the simple tips in this fact sheet and your Florida lawn will reward you by resisting diseases and insects, requiring less watering and mowing, and looking great—even during droughts!