• Rencia S.
    11/22/2020 15:49

    Mulching is best!

  • Engelina S.
    11/22/2020 12:33


  • Fiona M.
    11/22/2020 08:13

    So true

  • Matisse P.
    11/21/2020 12:59


  • Mayumi N.
    11/21/2020 12:53

    Long video but I learned a lot from this video. What is the best for earth and us!

  • Carlos V.
    11/21/2020 12:37

    It also breaks the rain, stopping compaction

  • Bob G.
    11/21/2020 03:55

    I’ve been mulching them as much as possible for thirty years. I’ll be doing my last cut tomorrow with a nice coating of leaves along with the grass.

  • Thomas A.
    11/21/2020 03:40

    Don’t remove them, but you won’t have a lawn in the spring. Good for flowerbeds though. They will pack down quickly so don’t worry about rodents.

  • Shelley A.
    11/20/2020 17:27

    What about rats and snakes in piles of leaves?

  • Manju S.
    11/20/2020 16:09

    First tender then grow into maturity shedding age makes them weak light nd lastly impossible restless to wither nd wipe out nd so is life however chubby ur r born in the end it goes to dummy.

  • Win W.
    11/20/2020 14:33

    Leave them alone!

  • Ken P.
    11/20/2020 14:12

    Only if mulched. Large unmulched leaves are a perfect environment for overwintering pests. By mulching them you make it harder on them and hasten the degradation process.

  • Nancy M.
    11/20/2020 13:09

    so let them be

  • Samuel D.
    11/20/2020 12:31

    At last we could learn Soil Conversation in the Facebook and forgot all that learned in our school subject. Let’s adopt it for it’s real.

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