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Organic Lawn Care Programs

Our Base, Core and Pro organic Lawn Care Programs will help you achieve a lush,
green all-natural lawn that will be the envy of the neighborhood.

The Pure Solutions Difference

All Organic Products

All Organic Products

Our organic lawn care products are EPA 25b, NOFA and/or OMRI* listed which means they are better for kids, pets, and the environment.

Professionally Trained Technicians

Professionally Trained Technicians

Our Turf Technicians go through a rigorous training that encompasses proper organic lawn care techniques as well as education.

Reliable & Consistent Services

Reliable & Consistent Services

Pure Solutions utilizes software and technology to keep your schedule dialed throughout the season. Our Customer Support Team is in constant communication with our clients by email, text or phone.

Our Organic Plans and Services

Benefits of Organic Lawn Care Products and Services
  • Healthier, more sustainable yards and properties
  • Limited concerns about runoff and water contamination
  • Drought resistant varieties of grass and other products
  • Lawns are more resilient to heat stress
  • Safer for you, your family, your pets and the environment!
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Frequently Asked Questions about Natural Lawn Care Solutions

An organic lawn uses only natural methods and no synthetic fertilizers, pesticides or chemical herbicides. Conventional fertilizers and pesticides destroy the soil’s natural ecosystem, causing the lawn to become chemically dependent and relying on more chemicals to sustain it.

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No one appreciates the “perfect lawn” more than me. As a father and a home owner, there is nothing better than kicking a soccer ball around on fresh cut lush green grass in the summer with the kids.

I understand lawns are an important part of most landscapes and can get quite competitive in some neighborhoods. We all want to have the “greener” grass on our side of the fence. The organic lawns we manage (including my own) are as lush and green as they come, but one big advantage they have over the artificial lawn: my organic lawns are safer, for kids, pets and the environment.

If you’re not careful, chemical fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides can be dangerous for your family, especially children and pets, as well as the environment.

These substances can contaminate water, soil, and even the air, leading to ecosystem disruption and biodiversity loss. For humans and animals, exposure to these chemicals can cause health issues on skin, in eyes, and breathing, withlong-term exposure being linked to even more serious health problems.

Children and pets are particularly vulnerable due to their smaller size and close proximity to the ground where these chemicals are applied, and the environmental impact of these chemicals can cause dead zones in nearby bodies of water and kill native, “non-target species” that are part of the natural ecosystem in your area.

Absolutely. Building a healthy soil will result in a healthy lawn. We have transitioned many lawns off chemicals with great success. To fully transition a lawn may take a few seasons, but with a plan in place we make it easy to chart progress.

Most conventional programs act like steroids for the lawn, with continuous chemical injections and pesticide applications whether the lawn needs it or not. Lawns can then develop a chemical dependency on high nitrogen fertilizers, rather than their natural environment and the occasional checkup. That dependency makes your grass weak and more susceptible to disease and pest infestations.

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  1. Soil test: We take soil samples from different areas of the lawn and send them off to a lab for testing. The results will show things like soil PH, which is a scale used to determine the acidity or alkalinity of the soil. It will also tell us nutrient levels and the percentage of organic matter, which is important in growing a healthy lawn.
  2. Amending soil: Based on the results of the soil test, now we know exactly what we need to balance the PH levels, adding nutrients and top dressing with compost are a few examples of soil amendments.
  3. Overseeding: A thick healthy lawn will out compete most weeds, so applying the right seed for the property at the right time will thicken the lawn and keep the weed population low.
  4. Core aeration: Most lawns that get a lot of foot traffic can become compact, which makes it difficult for the root system to get what it needs (air, water, nutrients). Aerating is typically done with a machine that removes 3 inch plugs of soil throughout the lawn.
  5. Compost top dress: Compost is decomposed organic matter (leaves, grass clippings, etc) It contains beneficial nutrients and microbes that play a huge part in the soil health. We usually spread approx. ¼ inch of compost on an existing lawn and this will improve the soil’s health and biology.
  6. Maintenance adjustments: Proper care is important for maintaining a natural lawn. We make recommendations like mowing height and a watering schedule.

No, keep your landscaper or do your own mowing, just stop wasting money on chemicals! Pure lawns will manage the lawn organically (testing, fertilizing, seeding, etc.) We may request a few adjustments to the mowing technique and we will gladly contact your current service and work together with them.

Initially it may cost more to transition the lawn off chemicals, but overtime your lawn will become more sustainable. An organic lawn is resistant to disease and pests, so there is no longer a continued need for pesticides.

The lawn will need less watering and become more drought resistant. Organic lawns do not require constant fertilizing, so there is a significant savings over a 2 year period.

>> Click here for a free quote on an organic plan customized for your lawn

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