IS THERE ANYTHING THAT I CAN DO? - Knowledgebase Question

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Question by ROCKSHONEY
August 14, 2007
MY LAWN (GRASS) USED TO BE GREEN, RECENTLY IN MY RESIDENTIAL AREA THERE'S BEEN ALOT OF THEFTS GOING ON. SO I'VE BEEN KEEPING MY SENSOR LIGHTS ON ALL NIGHT AND IT SEEMS AS THOUGH MY GRASS IS NOW BROWN ONLY IN THE AREAS THAT THE LIGHTS SHINE ON, I'VE RECENTLY NOTICED. IS THERE ANYTHING THAT I CAN DO TO PREVENT THIS WITHOUT TURNING OFF MY LIGHTS. PLEASE HELP. THANK YOU VERY MUCH.

MAHALO,
MALIA


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Answer from NGA
August 14, 2007

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It sounds as though the areas in question are overheating because of the lights. If you can raise the lights so they are not so close to the grass, it might help. Redirecting the light so it shines more upwards and not directly on the lawn will probably help, too. Or, if you can move the lights every day or two so they are not in exactly the same place night after night, that might also save your lawn. Wish I had more ideas!

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