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>> Great idea! I will have to start doing that. I am following the water restrictions and just got cited from the HOA for having "dead spots" in my lawn. Well, duh... it's summer in the desert, for pete's sake! Seems that we can please the city and the HOA at the same time, but perhaps mowing higher will do the trick. <<

I would have to think HOA requirements for a "green lawn" are unenforceable when the city is under water rationing or other restrictions. Wouldn't a city ordinance trump the HOA's deed restrictions? I'd sure think so.

And even if they insist it stay green, you can get safe, water-based green dyes to apply on brown patches to make them appear greener.

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