Everybody knows that proper lawn maintenance gets you the type of grass. which makes sitting outside in the summer irresistible. But what should you do with the grass clippings after mowing? Bag them up? Leave them on the lawn? Start a compost pile?
These lawn mowing ideas about grass clippings will help fine everything up so you can enjoy your lawn again
The Environmental Protection Agency says wastes from your yard account for 18% of the refuse that we dump into landfills. rising to 50% during the growing season!
Approximately 75% of this waste comprises grass clippings (circa 1,500 pounds annually), with the remainder being leaves and limbs.
Given that landfills are starting to run out of capacity/space, and many have banned grass clippings anyway. don’t you think its about time we put our grass clippings to better use and step up our gardening skills?
What Are Grass Clippings?
Grass clippings are the grasses that are left behind in a grass catcher by your mower when you cut your lawn. Grass clippings are short pieces when you mow your lawn following the one-third rule “never mow more than (one-third) height off of your grass in a one mowing session”.
If you ignore your mowing responsibilities, grass clippings can be longer.