Thankfully spring is just around the corner and that means it is time for us to get back to doing what we do best… Spraying! Our first applications of the year will begin very soon. With this application we will be adding beneficial nutrients and active biology to revive the soil from its dormant state that it has been in for the last few months. There will also be a crabgrass preventer to make sure weeds don’t invade the lawn this spring and summer. These products are designed to get the soil moving again, building the organic profile which is so important to a healthy lawn.
Lawns are starting to show the winter stress and the green is fading away. This application is full of ingredients that will restore your lawn. This application has 22 organic based ingredients that will help create a healthy soil and a healthy lawn! That’s a lot of ingredients (insert two thumbs up). We have also noticed a lot of moss growth in some of your yards. This is usually caused by one of following three factors: shade, low pH or over use of synthetic chemicals. Yards that have a moss problem will be targeted in Round 2.
After our lawn care treatments are complete we will move into our first tree and shrub application for 2016. This application will help the plants and soil recover from winter with its vital nutrients. A dormant oil will also be applied to control any overwintering insects. Don’t have our tree and shrub service? Are your tree and shrubs looking pale and unhappy? Let us know, we would love to get them looking great again!
Zika Virus Update
In light of the recent Zika virus we want all of our customers to know that we do provide a 100% organic mosquito program. The program uses garlic and cedar oils to repel mosquitos and DOES NOT kill beneficial insects. Mosquitos are soft bodied insects and they are very sensitive to garlic. Our product creates a barrier around your property for three weeks and is safe for people, pets, and watersheds. There is a garlic aroma for about 1 hour after treatment. We think it smells great, but beware, it can make you hungry!