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Steps to a Low-Input, Healthy Lawn


Steps to a Low-Input, Healthy Lawn
If you want a healthy lawn and are concerned with reducing the amount of pesticides and fertilizers that you put on your lawn, then follow these basic principles to create and maintain a healthy lawn while reducing or eliminating fertilizers and pesticides. The goal of a low-input lawn is to create an ecologically diverse lawn that will look green and healthy without intensive fertilizer and pesticide treatments. 4 pages. © 2011 by University of Maine Cooperative Extension. Download it for free or add it to your cart to buy a color copy.
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