“Treat your soil well and your lawn will look amazing.
"Apply compost in the spring and fall.”
“Don’t worry if your lawn doesn’t look like the outfield at Comerica Park. Embrace a little clover.”
“Water less frequently, water deeper.”
Good Sweet Earth lawn customers have been hearing these things from us for years. And we’re always happy when we see this type of information appear in mainstream publications. Needless to say, when organic lawn care tips appeared in the Old Farmer’s Almanac, we were ecstatic; here's an excerpt:
The more you let nature do the work for you, the easier it will be to care for your lawn.
Always pay attention to the soil! Your lawn needs nourishment.
If you're in west Michigan and you’d like to learn more about growing a healthier lawn through organic (chemical-free) maintenance, check out our lawn service options, or contact Good Sweet Earth’s lawn guy Steve Veldheer at Steve@GoodSweetEarth.com.
Steve & Corey Veldheer are organic yard & garden specialists in west Michigan.