There is nothing worse than putting time, thought, and sweaty labor into a lawn or home garden to have it attacked by insects and weeds.
Initially, it may take a little extra effort to find alternative ways to defeat invasive pests and keep your plants alive, but it is worth it.
The good news is that there are plenty of natural ways to destroy or control noxious weeds and annoying insects without poisoning your family or hurting the environment.
A healthy lawn naturally keeps pests at bay, but there are a few safe tricks to grow a robust yard. The use of natural fertilizers like animal manure or worm castings will provide soil fertility for thick and quick growing grass. It’s important to remember, however, that even natural fertilizers could cause some stomach irritation in our pets if they eat too much grass; call your vet if you are worried.