The chemical-free lawn: the newest varieties and techniques to grow lush, hardy grass

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Rodale Press, 1989 - Gardening - 194 pages
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Tells how to select a type of grass appropriate to the site, discusses seeding, sodding, feeding, and mowing, and suggests ways to handle weeds and pets

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Contents

Whats Wrong with Your Lawn?
1
Which Grass Should You Grow?
15
Seeding Sodding and Sprigging
53
Feeding the Lawn
67
The Art of Mowing
85
Water Wisdom
103
ChemicalFree Weed Warfare Ill Chapter 8 Getting the Bugs Out
135
Disease Diagnosis and Cure
155
Bibliography
179
Index
183
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About the author (1989)

Warren Schultz is the author of "The Chemical-Free Lawn" & "A Man's Turf," among other books. He also served as the editor in chief of "National Gardening" & the features editor of "Garden Design.

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