FOR THE LOVE OF LAWN
TIPs, Tricks & Curiosities for A lovely lawn
Turning up soil or raking up leaves has never been an easy task. Its often time consuming and is a lot of work to do. Now doing that heavy lifting is not fun but it does speed up the process of soil regeneration by turning up the soil and injecting air and nutrients under the top layers. However, perhaps doing this disrupts the natural soil churners, the microorganisms that aerate and fertilize. Perhaps letting the soil sit allows the vital nutrients to create a rich layer for growing.
You can achieve better soil results by adding adequate manure and a layer of mulch or plant coverings on the ground. Soil work depends on earthworms and the "good" insects that break down leaves and larger particles and provides food for your plants, increasing their health. Note that, if small weeds are found in your garden, they should be removed with a weed control tool rather than removing it with chemical if it can be helped. This will be sure that the soil is organic as possible.
In short, there are many advantages of cultivating the health of your soil. Thus let the soil turn up on its own, practice the natural slow process and getting back to basics. For example: mulch, compost, and ventilation
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