Bio mass collection from useless lawn

this idea seems to be working fairly well. I’m not sure that it is worth the headache that comes with trying it. 

I’ve let the useless lawn grow up so that I might finally have a use for it. My plan is to harvest it similar to hay. Then it will be used to make compost. 

  
The growth rate is excellent. The amount of nitrogen rich biomass that I have already is threatening the capacity of my bin. 

The problem with the process comes from the outdated thought pattern that lawns need to be cut to just the right height and remain there in perpetuity. When this is coupled with a female mind that is set on having it that way, well it gets difficult. 

This is a good first step, and it moves the lawn a little bit away from 100% expense. 

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