UVA Extension Says Don’t Rake and Bag All Your Leaves This Fall
Most people don’t think twice about fall yard work. When leaves fall, you rake and bag them.
The University of Virginia Cooperative Extension has a great way to save yourself some work and boost your lawn’s soil health. Going over your lawn with a lawn mower will shred the leaves and leave behind organic nutrients that improve “soil tilth and increase the moisture holding capacity of the soil.”
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