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Organic lawn care might seem to be more expensive than inorganic lawn care but practicing this method for your lawn is worth every dime you will spend. Organic lawn care is a combination of natural compost like manure, sewage sludge, and phosphorus. Inorganic lawn care, on the other hand, is a combination of harmful substances like nitrate and sulfate that can burn and destroy your lawn.
Because of the natural combination of the organic lawn care, there is little to no risk of water contamination neither is there any risk of you and your pets getting ill. Organic lawn care reduces many problems caused by using artificial lawn products.
The use of chemical lawn care products causes illnesses like leukemia and lung cancer. The method of using inorganic fertilizers also exposes you to sudden symptoms of nausea, and these chemical compounds can also cause skin irritation and eye damage to you if exposed.
Water and The Soil
The use of organic lawn care eliminates algae growth which is known to be fatal to marine life. The manufacturing of inorganic lawn care requires greenhouse gases that are dangerous to water. The gas make-up of inorganic lawn kills earthworm in the soil which is essential in keeping the earth loose. If you avoid the use of chemicals in your garden, you, your neighbors, your pet and your surrounding will not experience the harms associated with these chemicals.
If you have pets, then you should consider using only organic lawn care. Inorganic lawn care products are known to cause harm to pets due to the level of chemicals present in such fertilizers.
Organic lawn care might require a high maintenance level; fortunately, it’s not difficult to accomplish. Your lawn might be a small yard, but your effort to maintain organic lawn care such as growing native shrubs and plants, proper watering and avoiding inorganic fertilizers will have a significant impact on your lawn.
The use of Inorganic lawn care cause harm to earthworms and micro-organisms in the soil that are of benefit to your lawn. Homeowners need to spend money and time to replace lost nutrients and repair damages caused by using these products.
When you go organic, you save yourself, your loved ones and your environment from illness, harm and damages associated with using chemical products.