THE NATURAL AND ORGANIC LAWN CARE sector has been growing like a weed. Supermarkets like Meijer and Wal-Mart now stock eco-friendly varieties of fertilizer, weed killer and potting soil alongside conventional choices. Mainstream manufacturers like Scott's have gotten in on the act with organic lines and concentrated formulas in smaller packaging. All in all, an estimated 12 million households use only natural and organic lawn and garden products, according to the National Gardening ...

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