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A healthy lawn increases the value of a property, reduces soil erosion, cools the air, and reduces glare and noise. It also filters and traps sediment and pollutants that could otherwise contaminate surface waters and groundwater.

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Homeowner Best Management Practices for the Home Lawn

EP236/ENH979 by Laurie E. TrenholmMarch 15th, 2018

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