Leaves can suffocate and kill a lawn if they're not removed. There's a better way to remove leaves this fall. Find out how.
Knowledge for Lifee-News November 2016
The holidays are approaching and this year's lawn and garden season is coming to an end. Did you fertilize the yard one last time? Clearing out garden debris and leaves prevents problems next year. We offer how-to tips. We also show how you can stay warm in winter, AND save energy and money.
Use these energy saving tips to save money, then use those savings to boost your emergency savings fund, or to make an extra payment on credit card or student loan debt. Money ‘saved’ not purchasing something — in this case, energy — isn’t actually saved unless it's moved to a savings instrument, such as an emergency fund, or to pay down debt.
Fall leaves can smother a lawn. Removing them with your lawn mower is easier than raking. Mulch mowing is basically what it sounds like. The leaves are mown back into the turf and turned into mulch-like material that is returned to the soil.
If you'd like to punt the rake this year, here's how.
Fertilize KC Cool Season Lawns One Last Time Before Winter