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How Often Should You Mow a Growing Lawn?

How Often Should You Mow a Growing Lawn? | Landscape |
The grass is always greener… when you treat your finicky lawn right. But beware, the right way isn't exactly the intuitive way (just letting it grow probably isn't the smart move).

Via EA
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Thank's for this post, I finally got an idea on how to grow properly the grasses on the lawn. 

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How to Make A Beautiful Landscape: Farce points list to make it.

How to Make A Beautiful Landscape: Farce points list to make it. | Landscape |
Sietsma Landscaping Operations, Inc. ensures customer satisfaction with its excellent landscape design ideas and lawn maintenance services. Call 1-201-447-9343.
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A beautiful landscape can eventually add beauty into your home, and it is a good way for you to bring nature at home. 

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Lawns Into Gardens

Lawns Into Gardens | Landscape |
There are joys and rewards in growing some of your own crops; there's even beauty.

Via Seth Dixon
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Yes, I agree, it is an act of bringing nature close to you. 

Seth Dixon's curator insight, January 31, 2013 11:12 PM

Although a front lawn is not ecologically the best use of urban space, there are strong cultural pressure to conform to that aesthetic ideal.  When individuals choose to grow vegetables and fruit, they often face some push-back from the city or homeowners associations with a different vision on the appropriate use of space.  Some have estimated though, that if we were to convert 10 percent the country's grass lawns to vegetable gardens that they could supply roughly a third of our fresh vegetables. 

Tags: agriculture, food, urban, unit 5 agriculture.

Chris Scott's curator insight, July 14, 2013 10:14 AM

I think that having having an urban garden whether it be in the front yard or the backyard should be a must in every state even if it is a little garden, I think it will make great use of the land.