Mow Your Lawn
Mowing your lawn makes it stronger. That said; you should know that the first and the last cuts of the year should be the shortest. Afterwards, once the summer heat has arrived, you should keep your lawn a bit higher by adjusting the blades of your lawn mower to at least 3 inches above the ground. This will keep the roots of your lawn protected and help it to retain water. Also, the grass will be more resilient to dryness and will prevent weeds from spreading. Finally, avoid mowing your lawn during periods of prolonged dryness, and do not forget to sharpen the blades of your lawn mower. Poorly maintained blades can damage the grass and leave it looking yellowish.