Bagging is needed for a quality lawn, right?
No. A lot of people with great looking lawns don’t catch clippings when they mow. In fact, lawn researchers have proven that leaving clippings results in a healthier lawn that is less prone to disease. Clippings contain organic nutrients that are returned to the lawn when left to decompose.

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1. Bagging is needed for a quality lawn, right?
2. My lawn is healthy and I bag my clippings. Why shouldn’t I continue bagging?
3. But clippings cause thatch, don’t they?
4. What if my lawn has a lot of weeds? Wouldn’t leaving clippings increase the problem?