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Organic Based Lawn Care

Introducing Our New Organic Based Lawn Program

It has been in the works for sometime, but the Organic based lawn program is finally here. I wanted to make sure that everything in this plan was sound and made sense. Although the plan is not 100% organic it is a much safer alternative to use for pet owners, families with children, people with health issues or people who want to use a more environmentally friendly approach to lawn care.

So what the plan does is remove a significant amount of chemicals and synthetic fertilizer used and moves to organic fertilize and organic products.

Why Organic Based Lawn Care?

Healthy soil is the foundation to any thriving lawn, landscape, or garden. The organic fertilizer used in the plan provides the soil with essential microbes and minerals that typical synthetic fertilizers don't provide.

My traditional lawn care plans will spray weed ccontrol applications about three times per year. With this plan that is reduced to one time per year and the other applications will include spot treating for weeds as needed.

The Organic based plan not only focuses on green, lush grass, but also healthy rich soil that is teaming with microbes, bacteria and other important nutrients that will enable the turf to utilize the fertilizer more effectively.

The organic fertilizers and the Holganix LTO 4-0-2 (below) are great to use if you have a garden (like me), or if you want to feed your shrubs and trees.

The Organic Plan


Crabgrass pre emergent/Granular fertilize 10-0-4

Liquid weed control/Crabgrass Pre emergent/Holganix LTO 4-0-2

8-3-5 granular fertilize (organic)/ Spot treat weeds

10-3-2 granular fertilize (organic)/ Spot treat weeds

21-3-7 granular fertilize (semi-organic)


In closing if you have any questions concerning this plan please call or text 502-321-4309 or email me at brianslawncareky@gmail.com. Thank you and look forward to hearing from you.





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