Conventional & Organic Fertilization Program
To help you achieve a healthy, green lawn with fewer chemicals we have formulated a comprehensive lawn care program that incorporates the most advanced organic fertilizers, soil conditioners, enzymes and bioactivators. These products will develop the proper environment for strong turf that is naturally more resistant to insects and disease.
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Reduced Chemical fertilizer program includes the following
Round 1: April–Early May
- An application of granular fertilizer with Dimension Crabgrass Control. It’s applied to boost early spring growth while suppressing the crabgrass seedlings
Round 2: May–June
- Organic based granular fertilizer is applied. Spot treatment of broadleaf weeds as needed.
Round 3: June–Early August
- Organic based slow release granular fertilizer is applied to help maintain growth through the dry months.
- Option A—Apply RRP Acelepryn (reduced risk pesticide) for insect control.
- Option B—Organic grub maintenance may be implicated using Milky Spore granules.
- Milky Spore is a natural-occurring fungus that helps destroy the grub larvae
Round 4: August–September
A third application of organic based fertilizer is applied.
- Spot treatment of broadleaf weeds.
- Late September incorporate fall seeding Program.
Round 5: October–November
- Granular fertilizer is applied as a final feeding to prepare the grass for the harsh winter months.
- Pelletized lime is also applied to help maintain proper ph in the soil for next growing
We offer a full in-depth organics program if you would like that meets Grass Roots protocols please feel free to call or contact us for that service. All our above products are listed with either USDA, Reduced Risk Pesticide (RRP) or Organics Review Materials Institute (OMRI). We also make sure that all applications are done in accordance with Westchester County and New York States Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and there Integrated Pest Management or (IPM)
Contact us today to see how your lawn can benefit from an organic fertilization program.