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Help Your Lawn Fight Climate Change and Protect Your Home

Top Ten Reasons for Modifying Your Lawn Care

10. It’s April; before you commence spreading pounds of quick-release fertilizer consider letting your lawn combat climate change. 

9.  Replace your patio with a lawn and thank grass for being a sponge when extreme weather hits.

8.  Stop the spreading to have green lawns AND clean water.

7. There’ll be clean water with green lawns when you use only slow-release fertilizer once a year in spring or fall.

6.  More grass, less patios! Let your lawn be a sponge protecting your home from extreme weather.

5. Don’t trash grass. Use slow-release fertilizer.

4. Help your lawn fight climate change with more carbon captured.

3.  Green lawns can coexist with clean waters when you don’t use quick-fertilizer.

2. Do you know where your lawn fertilizer mostly goes? (Hint: It’s not the grass!)

1. It’s not lawns that pollute, its the quick-release fertilizer you’re spreading that feeds harmful algal blooms.

For more information on slow-release nitrogen, an organic alternative to the herbicide Roundup (3 ingredients: white vinegar, salt, dish-soap), and responsible lawn care, click HERE.

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