If you live in one of the drought-plagued areas of the United States, you're probably trying to figure out what to do with the new fescue sod you just planted in your yard. Before you waste money and have it removed, you should know that there are some simple ways to conserve water and preserve your lawn.
Reduce the Area
If you've decided to remove the lawn in order to conserve water, you might want to consider just reducing the area of your grass.
Keeping your trees healthy is difficult enough without invasive and destructive species trying to make a home inside them. One of the most dangerous of these invasive species is the Asian longhorned beetle. As a tree lover, you need to understand this pest and what you can do to help stop their spread.
The First Invasion
The first identification of the Asian longhorned beetle was in 1996, when they were spotted on some trees in Brooklyn, New York.