Do you know that grass clippings in the garden can make it more functional? The use of grass can be very helpful and Eco-friendly. How? Check out below
Are Grass Clippings Good for Garden?
Grass clippings contain 4% nitrogen, 1% phosphorus and 2% potassium. Decomposed grass clippings also serve as a food source for bacteria in soil.
As a general rule, grass clippings of an inch or less in length can be left on your lawn where they will filter down to the soil surface and decompose quickly. Remove longer clippings because they can shade or smother the grass beneath causing lawn damage.
Use clippings as garden compost or mulch instead of throwing out bagged grass clippings as yard waste.