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Natural Fertilizer & Lawn Care Info

Organic Lawn Care Tips Your family, friends and pets are just too precious not to protect them. Moving to more natural, organic lawn care and fertilization methods is one way to help keep them safe. Unfortunately, many people believe that organic lawn care practices must be labor intensive and expensive. To be sure that CAN [...]

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AGGRAND Organic Fertilizer for Lawncare

If you’re considering using the AGGRAND product line to care for your own or your customers’ lawns, the information on this page may prove useful to you. You might first want to take a look at our┬áBENEFITS sheet which details some of the primary ways that the AGGRAND product line benefits you as a lawncare/landscape [...]

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Chemical Free Natural Lawn Fertilizer

Many people simply don’t realize the damage that chemical fertilizers can do to your lawn, your family, your pets and your groundwater. They also don’t realize many of the benefits offered by organic methods, even beyond that of the non-toxic nature of such methods. Chemical Plantcare: Positive Aspects: Heavy spring application of nitrogen concentrated fertilizer [...]

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Organic Grub Control Home Remedies

When dealing with grubs, you should first determine if they are really causing a problem. Pull up a 1 ft. square section of sod and turn over the soil below. If you see more than 4 or 5 grubs, then you may have a problem; any less than that is not enough to worry about. [...]

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Organic Lawn Thatch Removal from Turf

Thatch is a layer of dead organic matter at the surface of the soil and at the base of the grass plant. This layer is made up of dead roots, rhizomes and (some) lawn clippings which have not been broken down. A layer which is greater than about 3/8″ is too much and should be [...]

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