In this Austin-American Statesmen article, Lou Meyer, business developer for Davey's mid-Atlantic region shares what to do with fallen leaves.
Autumn is upon us and yes, it is still slightly hot.
Many areas around the country already have leaves that are changing color and falling off the trees.
As Austin waits for the fall colors to appear you might want to think twice before you spend a Saturday raking leaves.
If done correctly, there are environmental benefits to leaving your leaves on the ground to decompose instead of raking and bagging them, experts say, that can not only help your trees and other plants, but also the animals living in your yard.
We've already covered what you're supposed to be doing with your grass right now, and if you should be watering your trees. Lets get into what to do with those falling leaves.
To read what Lou says to with leaves, click here.
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