My lawn has some damage from the winter (thank you dog!) and today I was looking at lawn repair products.
I was trying to find a not-too-chemical form of lawn food and thought I'd hit the jackpot.
The product was a 'natural lawn top coat' lawn food. It seemed like a good idea - until I actually read the label.
First, the product still requires fertilizer.
Second, the product consists of "pelletized, composted yard waste" ie - grass clippings.
So as near as I can tell, I am supposed to cut my lawn, rake up and dispose of the clippings, and then spend $$$ to put bagged, treated, grass clippings back onto my lawn.
I think I'll just mow, make sure the clippings are fine and spread them out so they compost naturally thanks.