(By Jared Hoyle, KSU Turfgrass Research and Extension)
Home lawns have been soaked to the point of oversaturation. Even if it’s not outright flooding, K-State turfgrass specialist Jared Hoyle says these conditions can be detrimental to that lawn grass, so a little extra care in lawn management may be in order.
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