Sorry, but you have to rake the leaves up off the lawn

Hirsch, Rick
September 2006
Malakoff News (TX);9/29/2006, Vol. 97 Issue 39, p9
The article discusses issues related to agriculture in Texas compiled as of September 2006. The author suggests composting of fallen leaves of autumn. The best way of composting leaves is to build up alternate layers of vegetable matter with good garden soil. Henderson County is experiencing a large emergence of love bugs, small insects that are more correctly called March flies.


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