Prairie grasses trim the need for mowing at Mo. city sports facility

04/29/2013 | Kansas City Star (Mo.), The

Native prairie grasses and wildflowers will replace crabgrass and fescue at the Harry S. Truman Sports Complex in Kansas City, Mo., reducing the need for mowing. The landscaping plan will help fight erosion and increase biodiversity. The project covers 35 acres and will cost $300 an acre.

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