Advantages of Plant It Earth’s Natural Lawn Care vs. fertilizer and pesticides:

 

 It corrects the biology in your soil as oppose to killing the biology

 Frees-up soil locked nutrients, such asphosphorus and nitrogen that is already existing

 Does not kill the pre-existing goodness in your soil and plants

 Natural

 User friendly

 Cost effective

 Lower maintenance costs

 Sustainability versus dependency!

compost - aerate - compost tea - overseed PROVIDING A SAFE, CHEMICAL FREE LANDSCAPE FOR EVERYONE TO ENJOY
Green lawn maintained without chemical fertilizers and pesticides!
The key benefit to using compost along with compost tea is that it significantly increases the population of beneficial microbes and Stimulates Microbial activity which in turn ... Improves soil fertility Strengthens and increases root structure Transforms thatch into an organic matter that can be easily absorbed by the lawn Suppresses common turf and foliar disease Competes with disease causing microbes Increase soil water holding ability thereby reducing water consumption Degrades toxic pesticides and other chemicals A source of foliar and soil organic nutrients Produces plant growth hormones Works in tandem with the roots of plants to hold nutrients in the soil and then release them when needed Reduces soil compaction by improving soil structure creating microscopic spaces or rooms in the soil to hold air or water
Can you imagine a lush, green lawn maintained without chemical fertilizers and pesticides? It sounds like a pipe dream, but organic lawn care is a reality that more and more Nova Scotian’s are embracing. Whether you want your lawn to be greener, safer, more eco-friendly or simply lower- maintenance, the organic approach will deliver. Building Fertile Soil Conventional lawn care has a way of sapping the life from your soil. Grass is encouraged to grow too quickly, sucking nutrients from the soil faster than they can be replenished. Organic fertilizers put life back into soil. With each application, you build long-term nutrient balance and feed a plethora of beneficial organisms that will help nourish and protect your grass. Reducing Common Lawn Woes Building healthy soil is the best way to prevent common lawn care problems. Organic fertilizer balances soil drainage, fluffing up hard soil and adding body to sandy soil. It encourages deep roots that make your grass more resistant to drought and reduces water requirements. Your robust grass will also be less susceptible to insects, if they hatch instead of being eaten by your personal army of beneficial organisms, and be able to fend off diseases. Organic fertilizer even combats weeds by balancing nutrients, and there are various types to meet different nutrient requirements. Slow-Release with Less Runoff Unlike conventional fertilizers, organic alternatives have a complex molecular structure. Nutrients are released slowly as microbes chew up their structure, and each application of fertilizer lasts longer. The fertilizer’s complex structure also helps it hold on to your soil. In addition to keeping your soil enriched for longer, it also prevents dangerous run-off that poisons waterways and leaches into drinking water.
Safer For Your Grass Anyone that has accidentally over- fertilized their lawn knows the woes of root burn. C o n v e n t i o n a l fertilizers are designed to be absorbed immediately. Unfortunately, your grass can over-indulge itself on the nutrient fest. Roots burn and grass either weakens or dies. By releasing nutrients slowly, organic fertilizers are far less likely to cause root burn. You can still get the benefits of quick-release, conventional fertilizers by using different forms of organic alternatives. Humus, the most broken- down form of compost available, is perfect for start-of-season growth spurts and spot-treatments. Safer For Your Family If you read the back of a bag of fertilizer, you’ll see an extensive list of warnings about toxicity, how much to water your lawn after application and how long to wait before letting your family on your grass. Even if you follow the instructions, your family can still be exposed. Organic fertilizers require no waiting times or watering periods. They’re safer for your family as well as any wildlife that visits your backyard. Don’t be deterred by the time and effort it takes to switch to organic lawn care. Let us do it for you.
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Advantages of Plant It Earth’s Natural Lawn Care vs. fertilizer and pesticides:

 

 It corrects the biology in your soil as oppose to killing the biology

 Frees-up soil locked nutrients, such asphosphorus and nitrogen that is already existing

 Does not kill the pre-existing goodness in your soil and plants

 Natural

 User friendly

 Cost effective

 Lower maintenance costs

 Sustainability versus dependency!

compost - aerate - compost tea - overseed
PROVIDING A SAFE, CHEMICAL FREE LANDSCAPE FOR EVERYONE TO ENJOY
Green lawn maintained without chemical fertilizers and pesticides!
The key benefit to using compost along with compost tea is that it significantly increases the population of beneficial microbes and Stimulates Microbial activity which in turn ... Improves soil fertility Strengthens and increases root structure Transforms thatch into an organic matter that can be easily absorbed by the lawn Suppresses common turf and foliar disease Competes with disease causing microbes Increase soil water holding ability thereby reducing water consumption Degrades toxic pesticides and other chemicals A source of foliar and soil organic nutrients Produces plant growth hormones Works in tandem with the roots of plants to hold nutrients in the soil and then release them when needed Reduces soil compaction by improving soil structure creating microscopic spaces or rooms in the soil to hold air or water
Read more on Soil Health Read more on Soil Health
Can you imagine a lush, green lawn maintained without chemical fertilizers and pesticides? it sounds like a pipe dream, but organic lawn care is a reality that more and more Nova Scotian’s are embracing. Whether you want your lawn to be greener, safer, more eco- friendly or simply lower-maintenance, the organic approach will deliver. Building Fertile Soil Conventional lawn care has a way of sapping the life from your soil. Grass is encouraged to grow too quickly, sucking nutrients from the soil faster than they can be replenished. Organic fertilizers put life back into soil. With each application, you build long-term nutrient balance and feed a plethora of beneficial organisms that will help nourish and protect your grass. Reducing Common Lawn Woes Building healthy soil is the best way to prevent common lawn care problems. Organic fertilizer balances soil drainage, fluffing up hard soil and adding body to sandy soil. It encourages deep roots that make your grass more resistant to drought and reduces water requirements. Your robust grass will also be less susceptible to insects, if they hatch instead of being eaten by your personal army of beneficial organisms, and be able to fend off diseases. Organic fertilizer even combats weeds by balancing nutrients, and there are various types to meet different nutrient requirements. Slow-Release with Less Runoff Unlike conventional fertilizers, organic alternatives have a complex molecular structure. Nutrients are released slowly as microbes chew up their structure, and each application of fertilizer lasts longer. The fertilizer’s complex structure also helps it hold on to your soil. In addition to keeping your soil enriched for longer, it also prevents dangerous run-off that poisons waterways and leaches into drinking water. Safer For Your Grass Anyone that has accidentally over-fertilized their lawn knows the woes of root burn. Conventional fertilizers are designed to be absorbed immediately. Unfortunately, your grass can over-indulge itself on the nutrient fest. Roots burn and grass either weakens or dies. By releasing nutrients slowly, organic fertilizers are far less likely to cause root burn. You can still get the benefits of quick- release, conventional fertilizers by using different forms of organic alternatives. Humus, the most broken-down form of compost available, is perfect for start-of- season growth spurts and spot-treatments. Safer For Your Family If you read the back of a bag of fertilizer, you’ll see an extensive list of warnings about toxicity, how much to water your lawn after application and how long to wait before letting your family on your grass. Even if you follow the instructions, your family can still be exposed. Organic fertilizers require no waiting times or watering periods. They’re safer for your family as well as any wildlife that visits your backyard. Don’t be deterred by the time and effort it takes to switch to organic lawn care. Let us do it for you.

Advantages of Plant It Earth’s Natural Lawn Care vs. fertilizer and pesticides:

 

 It corrects the biology in your soil as oppose to killing the biology

 Frees-up soil locked nutrients, such asphosphorus and nitrogen that is already existing

 Does not kill the pre-existing goodness in your soil and plants

 Natural

 User friendly

 Cost effective

 Lower maintenance costs

 Sustainability versus dependency!

compost - aerate - compost tea - overseed
Green lawn maintained without chemical fertilizers and pesticides!
TM PROVIDING A SAFE, CHEMICAL FREE LANDSCAPE FOR EVERYONE TO ENJOY
The key benefit to using compost along with compost tea is that it significantly increases the population of beneficial microbes and Stimulates Microbial activity which in turn ... Improves soil fertility Strengthens and increases root structure Transforms thatch into an organic matter that can be easily absorbed by the lawn Suppresses common turf and foliar disease Competes with disease causing microbes Increase soil water holding ability thereby reducing water consumption Degrades toxic pesticides and other chemicals A source of foliar and soil organic nutrients Produces plant growth hormones Works in tandem with the roots of plants to hold nutrients in the soil and then release them when needed Reduces soil compaction by improving soil structure creating microscopic spaces or rooms in the soil to hold air or water
Read more on Soil Health Read more on Soil Health
Can you imagine a lush, green lawn maintained without chemical fertilizers and pesticides? It sounds like a pipe dream, but organic lawn care is a reality that more and more Nova Scotian’s are embracing. Whether you want your lawn to be greener, safer, more eco-friendly or simply lower- maintenance, the organic approach will deliver. Building Fertile Soil Conventional lawn care has a way of sapping the life from your soil. Grass is encouraged to grow too quickly, sucking nutrients from the soil faster than they can be replenished. Organic fertilizers put life back into soil. With each application, you build long-term nutrient balance and feed a plethora of beneficial organisms that will help nourish and protect your grass. Reducing Common Lawn Woes Building healthy soil is the best way to prevent common lawn care problems. Organic fertilizer balances soil drainage, fluffing up hard soil and adding body to sandy soil. It encourages deep roots that make your grass more resistant to drought and reduces water requirements. Your robust grass will also be less susceptible to insects, if they hatch instead of being eaten by your personal army of beneficial organisms, and be able to fend off diseases. Organic fertilizer even combats weeds by balancing nutrients, and there are various types to meet different nutrient requirements. Slow-Release with Less Runoff Unlike conventional fertilizers, organic alternatives have a complex molecular structure. Nutrients are released slowly as microbes chew up their structure, and each application of fertilizer lasts longer. The fertilizer’s complex structure also helps it hold on to your soil. In addition to keeping your soil enriched for longer, it also prevents dangerous run-off that poisons waterways and leaches into drinking water.
Safer For Your Grass Anyone that has accidentally over-fertilized their lawn knows the woes of root burn. Conventional fertilizers are designed to be absorbed immediately. Unfortunately, your grass can over-indulge itself on the nutrient fest. Roots burn and grass either weakens or dies. By releasing nutrients slowly, organic fertilizers are far less likely to cause root burn. You can still get the benefits of quick-release, conventional fertilizers by using different forms of organic alternatives. Humus, the most broken-down form of compost available, is perfect for start-of- season growth spurts and spot-treatments. Safer For Your Family If you read the back of a bag of fertilizer, you’ll see an extensive list of warnings about toxicity, how much to water your lawn after application and how long to wait before letting your family on your grass. Even if you follow the instructions, your family can still be exposed. Organic fertilizers require no waiting times or watering periods. They’re safer for your family as well as any wildlife that visits your backyard. Don’t be deterred by the time and effort it takes to switch to organic lawn care. Let us do it for you.
PLANT IT EARTH NATURAL LAWN CARE
PLANT IT EARTH NATURAL LAWN CARE
PLANT IT EARTH NATURAL LAWN CARE