Have a brown dry lawn?

A dry lawn is often the result of drought, summer heat and stress, heavy foot traffic, soil compaction, lack of water or poor water penetration.

Improve moisture levels in your dry lawn by improving water management and soil health. Painting a brown dry lawn is another solution many homeowners, landscapers and lawn maintenance professionals use. Painting a dry lawn with Endurant dry lawn colorants is an economical, earth friendly solution to beautify a dry lawn quickly in almost all conditions.

Get that dry lawn lush and beautiful for gorgeous curb appeal.

Discover the cause of your dry lawn to find the best solution to get your dry lawn green and looking healthy and green whether you need a soil surfactant or prefer painting a dry lawn.

Ask what the cause of your dry lawn could be:
  • Is it lack of water causing your dry lawn?
  • Is your dry lawn caused by poor water penetration through the soil?
  • Are soil conditions causing poor water retention in the soil leading to a dry lawn?
  • Are you not irrigating optimally causing your dry lawn?
  • Is your dry lawn effected by drought conditions?

Discover the challenge and find the solution to your dry lawn with earth friendly soil surfactants, penetrants or dry lawn paints and colorants. These dry lawn solutions will save water, improve soil and plant health while also being economical and earth friendly. Best organic options to correct your dry lawn, landscapes and gardens are available.

Identify one of these four common causes of your dry lawn:


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  • What type of soil do you have?
  • Proper irrigation and lawn watering is key to maintaining a green lawn and turning your brown grass to green grass. If you are following these guidelines and still have a brown lawn, you could use a soil surfactant or Endurant organic turf colorant.

    Water requirements can vary depending on grass species, soil condition, climate and your desired aesthetics. Nonetheless, a general rule is that turf grasses need about one inch of water per week while growing to stay green.

    Drought resistant varieties of cool season grasses and several warm season grass varieties may also survive with much less that one-inch of water per week.

    The healthiest turf is somewhat thirsty turf. Turfgrass that is not overwatered will encourage the roots to grow deeper, leading to lasting health and water conservation.