Quenching Lawns' Thirst - CBS News



As the weather warms in some parts of the country and stays warm or hot in others, your lawn will get or stay thirsty. Instead of tugging a garden hose around this year, why not water the grass in a more productive way?

Danny Lipford, host of "Today's Homeowner," suggests two sprinkler options for the do-it-yourself set on The Early Show Tuesday: sprinkler and drip irrigation systems.

Lipford says you should check your local codes and needed permits before starting a do-it-yourself home irrigation installation.

SPRINKLER SYSTEMS

Sprinkler systems consist of a network