This year has seen a lot of unique events, with lots of unusual changes. One thing that hasn’t changed, though, is the ages-old tradition of raking leaves from a lawn. This is regularly done because having an excessive amount of leaves covering the lawn is bad for the grass. Photosynthesis happens throughout the fall, and a lot of sunlight-blocking leaves can stop this from happening. Grass also needs air flow during the winter, and having layers of leaves underneath layers of snow can do irreparable damage.
However, there are some methods you could use to avoid having to rake the leaves endlessly. For example, you could use a leaf blower to collect the leaves, or you could get a bagging attachment for your lawnmower. Additionally, mulching certain types of leaves into very small pieces once the leaves have dried out can be very beneficial for the grass in the springtime.