Organic Lawn Care
An organic lawn is significantly more drought and stress tolerant than a chemically fertilized one, while typically growing more slowly and in a more controlled manner – ultimately leading to less maintenance.
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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 […]
After using AGGRAND Organic Fertilizer a short time, ornamentals & flowers underwent a substantial transformation. Plants were far more vigorous and had developed a large number of buds and blossoms. The blossoms, as well, remained full and vibrant far longer than we had ever previously experienced. Patrons of the Course were …
Want a truly healthy lawn? Need to reduce insect infestations in your turf grass? Start building the health of your lawn with BRIX. It’s actually quite simple to “measure” the health of your lawn, in relatively exact terms. The lower the BRIX value, the more UNhealthy your lawn. The higher that value, the more “fit” your turf grass is.
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 […]