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Drought Tolerant Yard

A yard that is tolerant to drought.

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  • Aug 20, 2009
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Aesthetically pleasing, easy to maintain, inexpensive, eco-friendly, and way better to party on than grass!
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review by . August 19, 2009
Example of a drought tolerant yard
The state of California’s water crisis has motivated both state and local officials to require that residents reduce their water usage. These new regulations, as well as the “Green” movement and the current state of the economy have homeowners across the nation becoming proactive in cutting down on their water consumption.      As part of the solution to the water shortage, drought-tolerant yards have become the latest trend for conserving water and lowering …
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Drought tolerant yards are yards that are tolerant to drought.  This is a process of converting a yard to good soil with no grass, without ripping up grass or taking the top layer off your soil. It builds up the soil while killing the grass and is inexpensive to maintain.
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