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Compost Your Lawn

If you want a greener, healthier lawn using no chemical fertilizers, use compost.

You can buy compost either by the bag or in bulk, depending upon the area that needs to be covered.

Buy enough to spread a 1/4 inch (.64 cm) deep layer across your lawn.

Water regularly. In a week or two your lawn will look fantastic!

Compost your lawn every spring and fall, summer too if you want.

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  Choosing the best grass variety for your area

  Grow a Green, Lush Lawn - Part 2
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  How to Care for Your Lawn in the Fall


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Is Your Lawn Dry?

Lawns need up to an inch of water each week to do well. If it doesn't rain a lot in your area, you'll have to water.

A good way to see if you lawn needs water - walk across it.

If your lawn shows footprints after you walk across it, it's dry and needs water.

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