To Bag or Not to Bag the Grass Clipping in Your Yard
Whether you bag the clipping when you cut your grass, or mulch them back into your lawn, depends on how often you cut your yard.
If you let the grass grow long and cut your yard infrequently, bagging may be the best option. But if you cut your grass more often, mulching offers some great benefits, including:
- It cuts mowing time by as much as one-third.
- It reduces the need for fertilizer, since it gives the yard a nitrogen boost.
- It’s good for the environment, since they’re no messy bags or clipping to deal with.
Watch this video to find out more.
To Bag or Not to Bag? That’s the question when it comes to mowing the lawn.
The answer is in your mowing habits. If you let the grass grow long and cut it infrequently, bagging may be best for you. But if you cut more often, you’ll love a mulching mower because it offers some great benefits.
Mulching cuts mowing time by as much as a third, it reduces the need for fertilizer since the clippings give the lawn a nitrogen boost, and it’s good for the environment since there are no messy bags of clippings to deal with.
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