Organic Lawn Care Service, Products & Treatment
Natural. Safe. Beautiful.
Our organic lawn care service and products will get your lawn off chemicals and make it a safe place for your family and the environment. We can also keep outdoor pests off your property with our organic tick & mosquito control lawn products. Starting with a soil test, we can create a season long plan to make the transition to a healthy, safe and natural lawn. This process begins with determining what your soil needs to sustain a healthy lawn. Get a FREE lawn treatment service estimate today!
Here is a list of some of the organic lawn care service options we provide that are associated with organic lawn care:
We ask all new clients to fill out a short questionnaire about their lawn to help us understand how the lawn has been managed in the past. It is also important to know what your expectations are for an organic lawn care program.
Many companies can claim to be organic, but there is no way to know what standards they comply to. Pure Solutions organic lawn care products and services that meet the strict guidelines that are put together by NOFA. We specialize only in organic practices and do not offer a Hybrid, or synthetic program.
We never guess, we always test. Conventional programs tell us to apply fertilizer, pesticides and herbicides in “steps” without even knowing if there is a reason. The soil tells us exactly what we need to sustain a healthy lawn. By taking samples of the soil and sending them to be analyzed we can accurately see the condition of the soil and amend as necessary. The test can tell us if the soil is too acid, or if there is not enough of a certain nutrient. Learn More
Gardeners call compost “black gold” because it is one of the most valuable components in the make up of soil. A soil that is rich in organic matter acts like a sponge and will hold water and nutrients so it’s available for the root system of the plants. Compost will also replace or add to the micro biology that is in the soil, which is key to soil health. By applying ¼ inch of compost over the lawn (top dressing) we not only helping the soil texture, but we are adding beneficial organisms to the soil. Learn More
Mowing is the most misunderstood part of lawn care, and the most often incorrectly performed part of lawn care. Always start with a sharp blade. Dull blades will rip the grass and leave the wounded grass susceptible to disease. Set the mower high, by cutting the grass high, you will be promoting a deeper root system. Also, taller grass will shade the soil and not allow weed seeds to germinate.Learn More