Organic Fertilization Program

Our Organic Lawn Care Program delivers excellent results. We focus most of our attention on the health of the soil, building the lawn from the ground up. Corn gluten meal and Nematodes are the most effective organic means we’ve found to control crabgrass and grubs. We work to maintain a balanced pH and our Organic fertilizers build up in the soil. Aerating and overseeding each fall is recommended on organic lawns to naturally choke out weeds, and stimulate deep root growth. Because soil health is improving each year your lawn is becoming more self-sustaining. The program is of the highest-quality and is completely safe for your lawn.

Corn Gluten Meal

This is a natural pre-emergent weed and crabgrass control. This product is completely safe. In fact, it is used in many pet and animal foods. It also naturally contains 10% slow-release Nitrogen acting as your first fertilization.

Organic Late Spring

All Natural Organic Fertilization that replenishes the soil and supplies your lawn with the nutrients that are needed to support prolonged greening and root development.

Organic Summer

All Natural Organic Fertilization that replenishes the soil and supplies your lawn with the nutrients that are needed to support prolonged greening and root development.

Nematode Grub Control

We naturally control grub populations by annually applying these microscopic organisms to the lawn each fall. They work quickly by literally attacking the unwanted pests preventing damage.

Organic Early Fall

All Natural Organic Fertilization that replenishes the soil and supplies your lawn with the nutrients that are needed to support prolonged greening and root development.

Organic Winterizer

All Natural Organic Fertilization that replenishes the soil and supplies your lawn with the nutrients that are needed to support prolonged greening and root development.

Lime

Balanced blend of Magnesium and Calcium to improve soil conditions and pH levels. By correcting acidic soil grasses are able to absorb more nutrients and weeds are less likely to thrive, making the fertilization plan more effective.

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