Management Tips For Yard Waste

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A well-manicured landscape can add value to your home. In order to maintain the picturesque yard that you love, you must groom your property on a regular basis. This grooming process involves mowing grass, trimming shrubs, and removing weeds from flower beds.

You will be left with a beautiful yard, but you will also be left with a lot of waste materials following an afternoon of landscaping. Managing your yard waste removal properly will ensure maximum convenience when it comes to maintaining your outdoor living space.

Consider creating a compost pile.

Compost can be a valuable addition to the existing soil in your landscape. Plants, trees, and shrubs can deplete soils of their mineral and nutrient content over time. Blending your existing soil with compost can help restore nutritional levels within the soil, contributing to healthier and more vibrant foliage over time.

Grass clippings, pine needles, dead leaves, and twigs can all be added to a compost pile. Just be sure that you avoid placing seed-bearing weeds in the compost pile. The seeds can sprout once the compost is blended with your existing soil and lead to an increase in the  number of weeds growing in your yard.

Recycle your grass clippings.

Leaving your grass clippings on your lawn rather than bagging them can be a great option when managing your yard waste. If you aren't interested in starting a compost pile, allowing grass clippings to remain on the surface of your lawn after mowing can be a simple way to add nutrients back into the soil.

You must have access to a mulching mower that cuts grass clippings into small pieces. Regular mowing is also a critical component in the success of your grass recycling program. Waiting too long between each mowing will produce a high volume of grass clippings that could sit on the surface of your lawn and block the sunlight from contributing to proper growth.

Invest in yard waste collection.

Some municipal governments provide citizens with the opportunity to purchase a special trash bin that houses green waste only. Any yard waste put into these bins is collected by the city and transported to a facility that turns the waste into compost.

If your city doesn't offer yard waste collection, you can find a private company willing to take your yard waste and recycle it instead. These private companies typically charge a small monthly fee for their services, but having your yard waste collected regularly can help you better manage your home's landscape in the future.

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