Organic Pest Control
Ant, Flea and Tick Control
These nuisance pests may not damage your lawn but they can be among some of the bigger pests in and around your yard. By applying seasonal and targeted applications of EPA exempt and organic control products we can help you minimize these invasions. You have our word that any product we use to control insects in your lawn has been proven to be safely used around your children and pets.
The ultimate goal of your organic lawn is to develop such strong plants that nuisance insects like grubs can exist in your soil but are unable to cause damage to your lawn. You may want to consider a preventative grub control treatment; however, if you’ve had significant issues with grubs in the past. If you just want that extra insurance for protection we can apply a grub preventative treatment that is completely acceptable under all organic standards.
Proper soil pH could potentially be the most important factor in establishing a successful organic lawn. Populations of thriving beneficial bacteria prefer a soil that is slightly alkaline. The overuse of chemicals and pesticides tend to create soil that is overly acidic while certain soil types tend to be exceptionally alkaline. One of the first things we will do as part of your program is to perform a soil pH test. We will then make lime or gypsum application suggestions based on our findings.