Drought dries up some lawn care business in Indiana

A drought in Indiana -- and lawn care customers who cut back on watering their lawns -- has lead to a decline in demand for lawn mowing and has forced some landscaping businesses to cut jobs and consider other cost-cutting options. However, some are staying busy by taking on services such as reseeding, aeration and other tasks that address problems related to dry or crunchy grass.

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