Some of you get confused about how to get rid of yard waste. One of the ways is by recycling waste. These materials can be more useful after you recycle them. You even don’t have to do something sophisticated only to transform the waste into something valuable. Check the list below to do it.
Transform Grass Clipping into Mulch
You may only pile up grass clipping in the yard without doing anything with it. The good thing is that you don’t have to get rid of the grass clipping. You only have to spread this waste to the soil in your yard. Surprisingly, it turns into something beneficial for the soil, plants, trees, and flowers. The ground achieves nutrients from the grass clipping when it turns into compost. The land is healthier, and it is good for plants, trees, and flowers. Grass clipping that is used as mulch can keep the humid on the soil, especially in the dry season. So, next time you can apply this simple trick to get rid of the grass clipping.
Create Liquid Fertilizer
Brown and green leaves, as well as grass clipping, contain valuable nutrients for soil and plants. So, instead of throwing them away from the garden, take them back by transforming the yard waste into a different product. All you have to do is create a drum. Fill up the drum with brown leaves, green leaves, and grass clipping. Then, add water to the drum and stir this mixture. Cover it up and wait for a few weeks. The color of the water turns darker, and it is ready to use as liquid fertilizer. Apply the liquid to the plants or flowers at least once a week to make them grow healthier. Then, you can use the materials on the drum to create compost.
Create A Fence and Path
You don’t need to spend a lot of money only to create a fence or path in the yard. Use large branches and twigs to create a fence and path. Collect the stout and pliable branches and make a fence. All you have to do is cut them in an equal length and stake them into the ground. You can also use pathways from the logs by setting the logs upright along the paths. The simplest option is to use the branches and twigs to support other plants such as peas or perennials plants. This method keeps the plants upright and prevents them from flopping. You can also apply this trick if you have grass clipping or leaves. Spread the grass clipping or leaves across the route you want in the yard to create a natural look pathway.
Now, you don’t need to get confused anymore about the way to get rid of the yard waste. Think brilliantly by transforming those garbages into something useful and even aesthetic. The tips are simple, and it makes your garden unique, beautiful, and also healthier than before.