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If you have access to compost, or if you know the basics of composting, you can provide your lawn with a very slow acting, quite beneficial source of nutrients. A thin layer of composted plant matter will deliver small doses of vital nutrients over a long period of time. You will not get explosive growth, nor are you likely to maintain a dense lawn that completely crowds out weeds in a short period of time. However, over the long term your results will be just as effective as the high-tech approach.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|