Building a Healthy Lawn: A Safe and Natural Approach

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Storey Communications, 1988 - Gardening - 168 pages
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Included are chapters on mowing, watering, fertilizing, soil building, equipment selection, seeding, weed control, diseases and insects, ground covers, and mulches.

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Contents

Foreword by Eliot Roberts
1
lWhat is a Lawn?
4
2Mowing
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Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Author Stuart Franklin's expert guidance and advocacy of natural lawn care is present in his book, Building a Healthy Lawn. His vast knowledge on lawn and gardening practices has evolved from 20 years of experience and from owning and operating a lawn fertilizing company in western New York. A 1973 graduate of Syracuse University, Stuart lives in Williamsville, New York with his wife Jean and three children.

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