From the Maryland Cooperative Extension: 1. Take a soil test every 3 to 4 years. Fertilize according to soil test recommendations. Use less than the recommended amounts listed on fertilizer packages. 2. Leave grass clippings on your lawn (grasscycling.) They are a source of nitrogen for your lawn and will not contribute to thatch build-up [...]
Category Archive for 'Bay Pollution Diet'
Have you kept up on the new federal standards for the total loads of Nitrogen, Phosphorus and sediment for the Chesapeake Bay? According to Will Baker, Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) president, ”After 30 years of failed, voluntary programs to save the Bay, EPA appears ready to enforce the Clean Water Act.” The Clean Water Act, circa 1972, [...]