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Landscape Contractor Magazine: Pearl's Premium Featured

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From hybrid cars to Michelle Obama’s organic vegetable garden, everyone’s going green—except when it comes to their lawn. Even though September and October, and again April and May are prime grass-planting seasons in New England, some green lawns are not green at all. If a grass can be greener and save on irrigation bills, it’s worth looking into.

“Grass is the biggest crop in the United States,” said Debbie Cook of Greenscapes Massachusetts Coalition, a public-private partnership dedicated to protecting and preserving water. “How we’re handling grass is absolutely the wrong way.”

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