Connecticut Organic Lawn Care Services
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The HLC Organic Lawn Care program is designed to correct the chemical, physical, and biological imbalances in the soil to provide a healthy environment for grass. We provide Organic Lawn Care to Connecticut residents in locations such as Berlin, Southington, Farmington, West Hartford and many more. We promote deep roots, plenty of leaf surface, and lots of biology in the soil, so the grass can get the air, water, and food it needs.
ORGANIC FERTILIZERS KEEP YOUR LAWN HEALTHY & SAFE
We apply organic fertilizers and soil amendments five times a year. These granular products include pelleted compost, humates, various organic fertilizers, and limestone. This simple statement may seem obvious, but many people see their lawn as a green outdoor carpet free of imperfections that stays uniformly green all summer.
As seasons progress, a healthy lawn responds to moisture, heat, and other natural phenomena. HLC Organic is a lawn service that uses organic lawn fertilizer that makes your lawn and soil as healthy as possible.We promote deep roots, plenty of leaf surface, and lots of biology in the soil, so the grass can get the air, water, and food it needs.
Organic Lawn Maintenance & Organic Lawn Fertilizer Specialists of Connecticut
We provide the foundation for a healthy lawn to meet the challenges and accept the gifts that Mother Nature provides. We use a completely organic and proactive approach to plant and soil health care. Our Organic Lawn Care program renews, revitalizes, corrects, and conditions your soil. Healthy living soil leads directly to healthy thriving trees, shrubs, and lawns. To preserve your landscaping investment, start with the most basic component – your soil. If you are interested in organic lawn care or would like to learn more, please give us a call today and we'll be happy to answer any questions.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
What is organic lawn care and how does it work? Our organic lawn care program is designed to correct the chemical, physical, and biological imbalances in the soil to provide a healthy environment for grass. We apply organic fertilizers and soil amendments five times a year. These granular products include pelleted compost, humates, various organic fertilizers, and limestone.
What exactly does organic lawn care mean? Organic products are grown without the use of toxic, synthetic pesticides and fertilizers and are grown in a way to replenish and maintain soil fertility. Our products are not isolated chemical compounds, but organic substances still in the form that nature made them. Nutrients are taken up and processed by soil biology to be stored until the plant needs them. A slow release chemical fertilizer is often encased in plastic that breaks down slowly in the soil.
Will organic lawn care eliminate the weeds in my yard? Weeds are a symptom of poor soil. Once the pH is corrected and a deeper root system develops to encourage thicker turf, weeds are crowded out. These include both crabgrass and clover weeds.
What lawn care products and services does Hillside Landscaping Co. provide? We will apply organic fertilizers and soil amendments five times a year. These granular products include pelletized compost, humates, various organic fertilizers, and limestone.
Is organic lawn care more expensive than conventional lawn care? We hope to provide our customers the peace of mind to let their kids and pets roll around and chew on the grass. With our over seeding, we provide a good value for the money. We also promote deep root development, which means more drought resistance and less watering.
What is wrong with conventional lawn care products? Petroleum based fertilizers make lawns grow fast and green, but exhaust grass roots and kill beneficial bacteria and fungi, thereby promoting unbalanced insect populations. Broad leaf weed controls kill weeds, but they also kill beneficial micro-organisms that work to keep soil nurturing and alive. Thatch build-up occurs when there is no microbial life to decompose it.