- Add Compost - This will improve your soil and eliminate pests and diseases, which means less money on fertilizer and water.
- Water Wisely - An established lawn only needs about an inch of water per week.
- Don't Bag Grass Clippings - Your grass clippings are a free source of slow-release fertilizer, so let the mower discharge the clippings back onto your grass rather than bagging them
- Low-Maintenance Grass - Slow-growth drought-resistant grass species save water, fertilizer and time.
- Maintain Your Mower - Sharp blades cut cleaner and faster, and along with engine maintenance can reduce fuel costs by up to 25 percent. Dull Blades also stress grass, making it more susceptible to disease.
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