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The quick and easy answer is - yes, fertilizer can harm your lawn. However there are certain conditions that cause this harm to happen and it’s not generally the fault of the fertilizer.
Practicing organic lawn care means that you work hard to avoid pesticide use. Pesticide testing will allow you to find out whether your soil is contaminated, to what degree and by what pesticides.
Grass, much like any other plant that thrives in soil, will not take well to soaked roots and constant water.
Don’t be intimidated by the idea of organic lawn care. These five easy tips will get you started on organic lawn care and the success you have with it will be motivation to keep going.
The debate over chemical versus organic lawn fertilizers is still going strong. Many state that using chemical-based products is damaging to the environment.
Your grass can be considered environmentally friendly in a few different ways. If the soil is healthy and stays that way without the use of harmful chemicals and toxins you have made an important step towards a “green” lawn.
Watering is an essential lawn maintenance task. In order for this process to have a positive effect on your grass you need to learn how to water properly. The timing and method are the two important factors.
Shopping for fertilizer can be a daunting experience, given the seemingly huge selection of fertilizers on the market. How do you know which type is right for your lawn and does the time of year make a difference?