Green lawn care is growing faster than a weed. It seems nothing can stop consumer desire for child- and pet-friendly yards. A study by the National Gardening Association predicts that products labeled organic will make up 50% of the inventory in the lawn and garden sector by 2012. That's up from 10% currently, and way up from the one-half of 1% found by shoppers in 1995. To meet this expected demand, food retailers with lawn and garden sections have stocked up on environmentally friendly ...

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