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When will I start seeing results?
A synthetic program may green up a lawn fast, but grass becomes dependent on the chemicals.  Our organic process changes the microbiology of the soil to create a healthier lawn.  This may take 1-2 seasons.  The organic method will create a stronger lawn that can reduce fertilizers and fight off diseases without pesticides.
How often should I water?
To keep your established lawn in it’s healthiest condition; we recommend 2” of water per week.  If new seed or sod, watering 1-2 times a day for 20 min is a good average to start.  The key is to not overwater where water will pool up, but also don’t let the soil get dried out.
Should I cut the grass before applications?
Yes, we recommend keeping your lawn at 3.5” throughout the year.  Too short will stress the lawn out and too long will prevent some applications reaching your soil.  Usually lawns are cut too short.
Why is there clover in my lawn still?
Clover is a natural ground cover that takes nitrogen in the air and puts it into the soil.  It is a natural fertilizer for your lawn. Over time as microbiology builds up in your soil, less clover will grow in your lawn.
How do I pay for my service?
For our programs we take payment in full for discount or payment is automatically charged on last day of the month.  Our other services we require 50% down to schedule and the rest due upon completion.
Why is it so expensive compared to other companies?
Organic fertilizers are more expensive to purchase that most companies using synthetics.  More attention is taken to keep products organic and safe for you and the environment.
How long until I can use my lawn after application?
If we are applying a granular you can use immediately.  If it is a liquid fertilizer we recommend waiting until it dries, between 1-2 hours.
What is in the organic fertilizers?
We use several different types of fertilizers with different organic material: liquid, granular, and slow release.  The organic matter used consists of nitrogen, feather meal, poultry manure, sulfate of potash and seaweed, and fish based fertilizers.

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