#NoMowMay aims to support pollinators by letting grass (and weeds) grow in the month of May. However, this can increase the number of unwanted pests in your neighbourhood and decrease the quality of your lawn long-term. The take home messages are to mow when the grass needs mowing, plant native flowering species, and create a long-term plan to support pollinators.
Turfgrass and lawns sometimes get a bad reputation, but did you know a well-maintained stand of turf has a plethora of environmental benefits? Learn how turfgrass helps combat climate change from University of Guelph associate professor Katerina Jordan.