In the Southeast, our drought situation is getting very bad. This is the second year in a row we have received only a fraction of normal rainfall during Spring and into Summer. Our normal rainfall in this area should be around 28 inches year to date, but we've only had 12. It is hard to justify doing treatments on non-irrigated turf during conditions like this, but we have to make a living at the same time. Aerations cannot be done due to lack of soil moisture. These conditions do present some opportunities for additional services, but they are few and far between. Last year the new customer stream completely died out during the Summer, and it is now repeating itself this year. People are not shopping for lawn services when the grass is not growing.