Should you stop watering in late summer?
Okay, so everyone knows that you don't water in the winter because the grass is dormant, right? What about late summer. In Texas it gets hot. Real hot. The grass more less bakes to a golden brown in 95+ and 100+ degree weather.
My question is, is there a point in the summer where you give in and save your water bill? When it's 105+ for 25 days straight, is there anything I can seriously do to save my grass? Is it part of the natural process to let it go ahead and die in late summer and wait for spring again; or should I fight until fall?