Grass clippings also make an excellent nitrogen-rich fertilizer all by themselves. To make grass “tea” for your garden, fill a five-gallon bucket about two-thirds of the way with fresh clippings. Top off with water to within an inch or two from the lip. Let the mixture steep for about 72 hours, stirring at least once per day. Strain to remove grass clippings then dilute the finished product one part “tea” to one part fresh water. Apply this solution as a foliar spray or directly to the ground.
Don't waste those grass clippings-compost or turn into fertiliser.
This is such a simple and effective way to give plants a nitrogen boost. Used clippings can go back on the compost. Just think how much you've saved, and how few chemicals have been used. Well done.