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Don't let the rain keep you from caring for your lawn


  • Spread some seed. Get that germination thing going fast! A deep initial watering from ole' Mother Nature is just the thing to make the growth of Scotts® Turf Builder® Rapid Grass that much more rapid.


  • Feed a hungry lawn. As long as we're talking rain shower, not monsoon, go ahead and fertilize your lawn while the drops are falling. (Water activates fertilizer—convenient, right?) That way, once the sun decides to mosey on back, you'll be free to just chill and enjoy. Heads up, though–we're talking straight fertilizer, not weed-and-feed.


  • Bury stuff. Wet ground is way easier to dig into, so get on out there and bury those outdoor lighting wires and invisible dog fence boundaries like you've been meaning to do.


  • Breathe deep. That aroma of raindrops hitting dry ground is called petrichor. Since many of our ancestors relied on rain for drinking, growing crops, and even power, it's no wonder we're hard-wired to like the scent.


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