Taking good care of your lawn during and after a harsh winter could mean all the difference as to whether you have lush and vibrant grass or not.
Most dogs love being free to run in the yard, but the same fertilizers that keep grass healthy may also be contributing to the uptick in canine cancers.
Native plants, drip irrigation, composting and all-natural pest deterrents: these are the pillars of an eco-friendly garden.
Although the winter season is usually the dormant grass season, there are still plenty of things to do to care for your lawn.
Summer has finally arrived, and it’s the time of year that you will likely find yourself amping up your lawn care agenda.
We need to tuck our lawns in for their long winter’s nap with eco-friendly methods and products so that they will wake up lush and healthy in the spring…
Guide to Eco-Friendly Fall Lawn Care Taking Care of Your Garden Now Might Ensure a Better Next Spring
Taking care of your garden this fall is of utmost importance to the health of your lawn when it begins to grow in the spring…
Dear EarthTalk: My neighbor uses Roundup in her yard routinely and tells me it’s harmless to people and pets, but I’ve heard that it is carcinogenic. Can you set the record straight? —Maise Alexander, New Hope, PA Monsanto’s Roundup herbicides contain three key components: the […]
Going Native: Replacing Your Lawn with Native Plants Benefits You and the Planet — Why Sacrifice the Environment for a Green Lawn?
Any ideas for how to get rid of all the weeds in my yard without resorting to using RoundUp, given concerns that this herbicide has links to cancer?