Never use pesticides on your lawn again when you make the choice to go truly organic today.
Conventional lawn care uses chemically formulated synthetic fertilizers and hazardous pesticides that are harmful to the health of you, your children, your pets, the soil, and wildlife. Caring for your lawn organically will create healthy soil and a thick, lush lawn. Contact us for a free lawn analysis today.Get Your Free Lawn Analysis
Great news! If you currently have weeds, you don't need to use hazardous chemicals to get rid of them. The best weed control is a thick, healthy lawn. Although there is no weed control in organic lawn fertilizers, the process of caring for your lawn organically will create healthy soil and a thick lush lawn that chokes out existing weeds and prevents new weed seeds from growing. Watering deeply, but less often and mowing at 3" or higher will also help prevent weeds.
A healthy soil equals a healthy lawn. Thankfully, organic fertilizers are full of living organisms that help improve the soil naturally over time. If you're looking for a quick fix, a complete lawn renovation may be right for you.
The organic fertilizers we use are truly organic. They're made from aerobically composted turkey litter combined with plant nutrients and soil amending ingredients. There are many so called organic lawn care products out there that are actually hybrids which mix chemical fertilizers and pesticides with partially organic fertilizers. While it is good these hybrid products reduce pesticides, we eliminate them completely as they are not needed for growing a safe, healthy, and beautiful lawn.
The organic fertilizers used are aerobically composted making it practically odorless. You may notice a slight earthy odor at time of application. Watering after the application can suppress any odor.
Organic lawn care costs about the same as a conventional, synthetic lawn care program. The organic fertilizers cost more per pound, but they last much longer than conventional fertilizers so less applications are required each year. Combined with healthy lawn care habits like mowing high and correct watering, you can eliminate the need for additional applications keeping costs down.