A guest post by Wes, my Fairly Southern husband.
We all know that person in the neighborhood who complains about the neighborhood dogs doing their business on their lawn. They almost always live in the house with the perfectly manicured grass that resembles an Augusta National fairway. But the irony is that this same person who is so worried about what is being put on their lawn is the same person who is also spreading buckets upon buckets of harmful synthetic fertilizers and chemicals on their yard–the same yard where their kids and pets play.
But these chemicals are just a necessary evil that you have to use to have a perfect lawn, right? I beg to differ. Having an organic and sustainable lawn is not only good for the health of you and your family, it is also not as hard to achieve as one may be led to believe.Read More