Yes, organics combined with a small number of macronutrients (NP&K) will produce superior results to traditional fertilization programs.
Myth Busting: You may think being on a traditional fertilization program for years would mean your soil must be healthy. Wrong, synthetic fertilizers hide their many shortcomings behind temporary flushes of growth and color caused by the release of nitrogen. While the grass may appear healthy, the benefits are only "skin deep." The truth is traditional fertilization does nothing to improve the soil. These shortcomings lead to a build-up of salts and hydrogen and exhaust the soil of available carbon leading to diminishing returns and negative side effects like runoff.
The Bottom Line: Using organics allows us to address the full scope of plant health. Why pay full price for a company only providing 50% of the solution? Healthy soil means you get the most out of every application.
We focus on organically developing the soil while strategically using a minimal amount of synthetics to achieve results not possible otherwise. Research is the key, not to demonize or lump all synthetic products into the same "evil" category. Not all chemicals are created equal and some select non-organic products do have a place in horticare.
That depends on the treatment being applied but for the most part, Yes. Our Organic products are made from natural ingredients that are non-toxic. There is no restriction on re-entry time after an organic application. Your children and pets can go on the lawn immediately after the treatment is done.
For non-organic treatments, emails are sent out before the application letting you know the details of that application such as suggested re-entry times, signal words used on the product's label, and more.
Over time you will see a significant reduction in the amount of water needed to keep your lawn green.
Two reasons you will be able to reduce irrigation:
- Our organic fertilizers develop soil and encourage vigorous root systems up to 12 inches deep. Deeper roots mean the grass can pull moisture from cool, moist soil further from the surface.
- Using organics means improving soil structure by replacing compact silicates and clay with carbon-rich organic matter. This improved soil is more porous and absorbs water like a sponge.