It's a great weekend to top dress an established lawn
Spread up to ½" of finished compost over an established lawn. Running the compost through a fine compost screen is a good idea to keep out any chunky bits. Large areas should be covered with a fertilizer spreader but smaller areas may be spread by hand or with a shovel. Aerating your lawn prior to spreading compost will be of additional benefit, enabling the compost to filter down more easily.
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It's a great weekend to get your garden ready to bloom. "Many home gardeners overuse fertilizers. This results in excessive nutrient runoff and water pollution. Over-fertilization especially with fertilizers high in nitrogen, can also lead to weak growth and encourage sucking insect pests. Most landscape plants get adequate nutrition from a healthy soil rich with organic matter"*. You need compost! Contact us for your compost needs.
*(Source: UMD extension)