Lawn care -- long a byword for chemical fertilizer, herbicides, and pesticides -- is going natural.
The growing organic movement in agriculture is increasingly crossing
over into landscaping, as professionals respond to rising consumer
demand for healthy, full lawns that are nourished in an ecologically
``People don't want chemicals on their lawn," said Kathy Litchfield,
Massachusetts coordinator of the Northeast Organic Farming
Association's Organic Land Care Program.
The program, spurred by surging interest in a natural approach to
lawn care, seeks Read more