Lawn Care

Ticked Off Organic & Grow Natural Lawn Care are committed to providing an organic option for pest control and lawn care.

Our Organic Materials are safe for children or pets, while minimizing our impact on the environment.

We will provide excellent customer service to both residential and commercial areas looking for an efficient and impervious way to control deer,ticks and mosquitoes.

Our Services

Lawn Care Season:April-November

Create a beautiful, healthy lawn with one of our lawn care programms.(Traditional,Organic,Blended). We designed our lawn care programms around the specific needs of each lawn we serve.

Our programs include:

  1. Crabgrass control and fertilizer are applied during the early part of the growing season.
  2. Insects and grub control was applied in late spring and during the summer.
  3. A balanced set of nutrients based on proven observation and soil testing techniques.
  4. A lime supplements meets the requirements of your property’s pH needs.
  5. Weed control applied as needed, to fit the needs of the customer.
  6. Lawn Aeration for a full ,thick,healthy lawn NOFA Accredited.
If you would like specific information about a product or materials used, please contact us and we would be happy to provide details, specifications, and/or MSDS sheet.

Organic Lawn Care

Our Organic Lawn Care Program greens up the lawn in spring and gently feeds it all season long with 100% organic lawn food. It also prevents crabgrass, dandelions and other weeds from germinating. Lawn care research has concluded that lawns respond best when fed four times a year in the early spring, late spring, summer and fall.

Early Spring

Overseeding (Required)

Weed Control Prevention Plus Lawn Food​

Late Spring

Organic Lawn Food​

Feeds The Lawn And The Soil​

Summer

pH Soil Adjustment​

Lime Or Gypsum (Calcium/Magnesium)

Summer/Fall

Aeration & Overseeding

Increase Nutrients Availability, water penetration soil air exchange and Reduce Compaction (Required)

Fall

Organic Lawn Food

Feeds The Lawn And The Soil

Blended Lawn Care

Our Organic Lawn Care Program greens up the lawn in spring and gently feeds it all season long with 100% organic lawn food. It also prevents crabgrass, dandelions and other weeds from germinating. Lawn care research has concluded that lawns respond best when fed four times a year in the early spring, late spring, summer and fall.

Early Spring

Wake-Up Feeding (Synthetic)

(1)Wake-Up Feeding

(2)Broadleaf Weed Control

(3)PreEmergent For Crabgrass

Late Spring

Weed-Control (Synthetic)

(1)Broadleaf Weed Control

(2)PreEmergent For Crabgrass

Summer

Organic Lawn Food

Feeds The Lawn And The Soil

pH Soil Adjustment

Lime Or Gypsum (Calcium/Magnesium)

Organic Lawn Food - Feed the Lawn and Soil

Summer/Fall

Aeration & Overseeding

Increase Nutrients Availability, water penetration soil air exchange and Reduce Compaction (Optional Service Additional Cost)

Organic Lawn Food - Feed the Lawn and Soil

Fall

Organic Lawn Food

Feeds The Lawn And The Soil

Synthetic Lawn Care

Our synthetic lawn Care Program consists of 6 total applications.

Apr-May

Wake-Up Feeding​

(1)Wake-Up Feeding

(2)Broadleaf Weed Control​

(3)PreEmergent For Crabgrass

May-Jun

Insect & Weed Control

(2)Grub Suppressant

Jun-Aug

Weed-Control

(1)Broadleaf Weed Control

(1)All-Types Of Weed Control

(2)PreEmergent For Crabgrass

Aug-Sep

pH Soil Adjustment

(1)Lime Or Gypsum (Calcium/Magnesium)

(2)All Types Of Weed Control

Sep-Oct

Stress Recovery

(1)Fast Start Fertilizer

(2)All-Types Of Weed Control

Oct-Nov

Winterizer

(1)Winterizer Feeding

(2)Broadleaf Control

Core Aeration

How long will the cores stay on the lawn?

Your lawn was aerated today using a core aerator, which extracts cores of soil, thatch and grass from the surface of the lawn. This is done in order to increase nutrient availability, water penetration, soil air exchange and reduce compaction. All of these benefits lead to a healthier lawn.
You should see relatively large amounts of “plugs” laying on the top of the lawn. This is normal, so don’t be alarmed. These cores will begin to break down and filter back into the lawn, aid in the thatch decomposition process. Through rainfall and mowing practices these cores will break down over a two-week span.
Please continue to aerate your lawn each fall, to help your lawn stay as healthy as possible.

Mowing Tips

The principles of lawn mowing are simple:

1. Sharpen mower blades after 10 hours of mowing. Dull blades rip the grass, creating jagged edges that lose water and invite disease.
2. A mowing height between 2.5 to 3 inches is best for most of the season, except during summer stresses when the lawn mowing height should be raised one-half inch to mow at 3 to 3.5 inches. Raising the mowing height provides more insulation from summer heat and reduces water loss from your soil.
It is essential that we all work together as a team to have a successful lawn care program. (Landscaper, Homeowner, Grow Natural Lawn Care)

Watering Tips

Wise watering tips for effective lawn care:

1. How much?

The goal is to moisten as much of the root zone as possible. To be sure you are watering the right amount, place an empty tuna can in the area where you are sprinkling. When there is about an inch of water in the can, that’s the amount of time you should be watering. Generally, it takes 15 to 30 minutes, depending on your sprinklers.

2. When?

The best time to water is between 4am-8am in the morning. Mornings are best for disease avoidance and to prevent heat stress during hot temperatures. You can water for 5-10min midday to cool off the turf on the hottest summer days.

3. How often?

Deep and infrequent watering promotes good root growth and overall resourcefulness. Whereas, watering daily makes grass weak, more vulnerable to disease, and the weeds and moss love it. Water deeply every other day for the best results during the summer months.
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