Last year, I started using natural lawn care for my yard. Since I was pregnant, I chose to use a service rather than do it myself. The TruNatural service from TruGreen rounds up the usual suspects for organic lawn care: bone meal, feather meal, blood meal, manure, corn gluten and natural minerals.
On the first-page spread of my new book, “Little House in the Suburbs: Backyard Farming and Home Skills for Self-Sufficient Living” (published by F+W Media), you can see a picture of last year’s gorgeous front lawn. I used only organic products on my lawn and kept it mowed at a higher setting as instructed so it wouldn’t stress out. Beautiful.
I can also testify that we had almost no noticeable weeds (except in the one little shady spot where the Bermuda won’t grow). Keeping the grass tall and well fed choked out the uglies. I had the prettiest yard on the block. At the end of the season, we gave it a really short crew cut and put it to bed for the winter.
But now it’s March, and I’m up to my eyeballs in henbit and chickweed.
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