Thanks for your quick response, Paul. Also, I just want to say I think you're the BEST. Thank you for being so accessible and for offering organic advice to laymen and laywomen such as myself.
In case you're interested, rubber mulch is "recycled tires."
I read your thread about the 14-year-old lawn and your idea of planting cowpeas to get seed-ready soil in 90 days. I intend to try this in my back yard
and I'll pull the crabgrass and dandelions out of the front yard with my new Weed Hound
My latest question is, can I go ahead and plant the cowpeas this month
Once the cowpeas are mature and I till them into the soil, I guess I'm supposed to wait 2 weeks and then lay in the tall fescue seed, right?
On a side note, would crowder or cream peas work well for the above treatment? I've heard they are tasty, and I may as well feed my family while I'm going through all the trouble.