Grasses, like other plants, do best when given the conditions they need to thrive. If not, they soon become susceptible to a variety of problems and can become dependent on chemical pesticides and fertilizers—a costly expense both economically and environmentally. However, given a bit of forethought, it is possible to have a thriving, lush green lawn organically.
Let Grass Grow on the Riverbanks
Many waterfront dwellers cut their grass right to the water’s edge, unaware that they’re eliminating important wildlife habitat. In many cases, however, landowners are willing to change their ways once they know...
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