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The power of cardboard: From grass, or weeds, to garden | Guest View

 

March 12, 2020

In America today, urban lawns compete to be one of the top irrigated crops, requiring even more water than corn or wheat. According to the EPA, we use about 9 billion gallons of water per day on landscaping.

Why water grass (and weed) when you could be growing your own fresh cucumbers, lettuce, tomatoes, and more?

With three steps, you can turn your lawn into healthy soil teaming with life and ready to grow healthy food for your family and community. The good news is that there is absolutely no need to remove the grass or weeds that are currently the bane of your existence. As a matter of f...



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