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It will look like rich, organic soil, without any large clumps in it. To test if it’s ready, plant a few grass seeds in a small pot using some of...
Once a week. This will continue to mix everything together and help aerate the pile. If the microbes deep within the pile don’t get enough oxygen,...
Brown ingredients are carbon-based materials, such as dried leaves. Green ingredients are nitrogen-based materials, such as fresh grass clippings....
February, March and...
Every 4-6 weeks beginning in...
You should feed your lawn every six to eight weeks during the growing season. This usually means April, June, August and October, but your lawn may...
They represent the percentages of plant nutrients by weight. Just remember “up, down and all around.” The first number represents the nitrogen,...
Yes, a hose-end tree sprayer will do the job, but will often end up applying the chemical to other surrounding plants and the lawn....
Don't apply liquid fertilizer at the same time you plant. Some root hairs will break, and the fertilizer will burn them. Wait 2 to 3 weeks...
The word “organic” simply means that the nutrients contained in the product are derived from a once-living organism. Most are high in just...
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