Your lawn is a living thing that needs water to survive. The summer heat usually means more processing of the already limited rainfall, but with less natural moisture available you should consider giving your grass some help by using an extra sprinkler or two when necessary!
A healthy environment for growing turf starts with good irrigation practices—and there’s no better way than dragging out those hoses from time-to-time so they stay full enough all year round.
The blades of grass are covered with tiny pores called stomata. The plants absorb water mixed in nutrients and minerals through the roots, which is then used for photosynthesis; this process creates food that sustains them throughout their life cycle – even after death when it becomes part of other plantlife again! In order to do so though requires more than just rainfall: excess moisture (or “waste material”) released during transpirations replaces oxygen from air around us while also releasing its own vapor into our atmosphere as well .