24 comments

  • Robert B.
    11/26/2020 20:03

    No, just clear roads!

  • Lindsay R.
    11/24/2020 16:59

    Some people the dead leaves kill the grass though. I’m not sure, I don’t have my own yard

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  • Carolyn K.
    11/24/2020 15:36

    Some people just don't listen when I tell them this.

  • John H.
    11/24/2020 11:13

    I have a small orchard and do not clear away the fallen leaves, I enjoy watching the black birds searching for grubs etc in the leaf litter, also the worms pull leaves down into the soil which helps soil fertility, any that's left in spring I clear up then!

  • Regina S.
    11/24/2020 08:57

    Attn. Arnaud Dallet, Media Editor of BRUT please share the music composer/ contribution to this video. Thank you

  • Leotrim C.
    11/24/2020 07:43

    👀

  • John N.
    11/24/2020 03:36

    I don’t rake

  • Kenny M.
    11/24/2020 03:31

    tell Dan to stop raking leaves

  • Pati H.
    11/24/2020 02:46

    Not all of them. The wasps and bees need a warm place.

  • Rencia S.
    11/22/2020 15:49

    Mulching is best!

  • Engelina S.
    11/22/2020 12:33

    No.

  • 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.

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