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Organic Lawn Care Tips (Infographic)

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  • Gene Caballero
  • August 06, 2020

This infographic includes insider tips for achieving a lush green lawn without the use of toxic pesticides or chemical fertilizers. Whether you are a beginner to organic lawn care, or have been studying the topic for years. This infographic has excellent tips for everyone.


Should I test my soil when doing organic lawn care?

Yes. Whether you are using synthetic or organic fertilizers, testing your soil is always a good idea! First and foremost, starting with a good analysis of your soil can save you money on nutrients by helping you apply just the right amount. Everyone's lawn is different, and a soil test helps to analyze those differences!


What can I plant to fertilize my lawn less?

Look, white clover is mother nature’s fertilizer factory. White clover “fixes” nitrogen in the soil. This means that by having white clover planted among your grass you will reduce the amount of fertilizer you will need to apply!


What do weeds say about my lawn?

Here's the deal, like it or not, weeds in the lawn are a sign of what is happening beneath the surface! Certain weeds will grow better in certain conditions than others. By identifying the weeds and seeing what they say about your lawn. You can get a bigger picture of what is going on beneath. 


Are lawn clippings and thatch the same?

No! Absolutely not. As this infographic explains there is a huge difference between the two. In fact mulching grass clippings into the lawn is often a great option. But you should dethatch your lawn twice annually as well. 


What are some ways I can conserve water in my lawn?

There are a number of tips you can use to conserve water in your lawn. For example; follow the best watering practices by watering for longer and less frequently, use the right fertilizers, water in the morning and always cut the lawn higher. Typically around 3 inches tall. 


What are some other tips I can use to improve my lawn organically?

There are a few tips that you can use to make the most out of your green lawn without pesticides. These steps include only mowing when there is rain in the forecast, keeping your blades sharp and using an electric mower if possible. Oh, and only cut the top 1/3rd of your grass blade. 


Some of most important benefits to organic lawn care are those which your children, pets and your family gain. By using organic lawn care practices your lawn will always be safe and chemical free! 

If you want more organic lawn care tips check out We only cut grass. And if you found this infographic useful, be sure to share it with your friends and family!

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