12 Steps to an Organic Lawn

The Sustainability Institute at Molloy College is proud to announce a new educational series: "12 Steps to an Organically Green Lawn". We've drawn on the lessons we learned from many years of working with Long Island organic landscapers, organizing educational seminars, and many other sources to put this series together.

In the coming weeks, we will provide you with easy to follow, do-it-yourself tips to make your lawn thick and green, without any toxic pesticides. The series is also being featured on Facebook and Twitter, so if you aren't already done so, please 'Like' us on Facebook follow us on Twitter.

Step 1 - Make the Decision to Go Organic Step 2 - Tips on how to get your soil pH right for growing grass Step 3 - Tips on the best grass seed choice and seeding techniques for Long Island lawns

Step 1 - Make the decision to
go organic

Step 2 - How to get your soil
pH right for growing grass

Step 3 - Grass seed choice
and seeding techniques for
Long Island lawns

STEP 4 - Compost Step 5 - Tips on proper lawn mowing techniques

Step 6 - Watering - Is your lawn dying of thirst, or drowning

Step 4 - Compost

Step 5 - Proper lawn mowing
techniques

Step 6 - Watering your lawn

Step 7 - Applying the Right Fertilizer, Correctly

Step 8 Organic weed control

Step 9 - Tips on organicmethods of controlling grubs

Step 7 - Applying the Right
Fertilizer, Correctly

Step 8 - Organic weed
control

Step 9 - Tips on organic
methods of controlling grubs

Step 10 - Earthworms

Step 11 - Working with an Organic Landscaper

Step 12 - Get the Most Out of the Fall Growing Season

Step 10 - Earthworms

Step 11 - Organic
Landscapers

Step 12 - Get the Most
Out of the Fall
Growing Season

Supplement 1 - Personal Non-Toxic Mosquito Protection

Supplement 2 - Keep Backyards Mosquito-Free Naturally

Supplement 3 - Fall Overhaul

Supplement 1 - Personal
Non-Toxic Mosquito
Protection

Supplement 2 - Keep Backyards
Mosquito-Free Naturally

Supplement 3 - Fall Overhaul

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The Sustainability Institute
7180 Republic Airport Farmingdale, New York 11735

516.323.4510

si@molloy.edu