Recycling grass is easy to do, it consists of leaving cut grass on the lawn after mowing the lawn. The result is reduced lawn maintenance and decreased fertilization and watering costs. Cut grass decomposes within two or three days leaving no trace behind. It is a natural fertilizer and speeds up decomposition of stubble. Recycling grass is a simple and effective way or maintaining your lawn and protecting our environment!

Benefits of grasscycling

There are many reasons to be a herbicycler!  6 Good reasons:

  • For the environment: The grass clippings are an importance source of methane (CH4). By decomposing in landfill in the absence of oxygen, they produce biogases which contribute to increase greenhouse gas emissions. The methane is 21 times more powerful than carbon dioxide (CO2).
  • To save on fertilizer purchase: Provide nutritive elements (mainly nitrogen) for the lawn through the decomposition of the cut grass;
  • To humidify the lawn:  hydrate the soil naturally and protect it against drought, because grass wastes contain a large amount of water; 90 % Water by weight
  • To strengthen the lawn: nourish the micro-organisms that are beneficial to the soil and which help to decompose the thatch.
  • To reduce the volume of your waste, which reduces pollution associated with grass decomposing in landfill.  
  • To save time: no time wasted on collecting and bagging grass clippings.  Greatly reduce the volume of garbage that will end up in landfill;

For you:

  • Increase the lawn’s resistance to diseases and insects;
  • Improve the quality of your lawn. Grass clippings left on the lawn act as a natural fertilizer and water retention.
  • A saving on fertilize and water usage. Herbicycling is a free way to fertilize your lawn. Save time, money and energy!