Greener Lawns services Rowley, MA, Newburyport and surrounding towns in Essex County on the North Shore for lawn fertilizing, weed control and overall healthy, greener grass!
Organic, Pollinator Friendly, Turf & Soil Management
An organic approach to feeding your lawn without the use of any pesticides. This program does not control weeds, insects or diseases but promotes turf growth, healthy color and root development. Organic lawn fertilizing can help give you greener lawns!
Eco-Green IPM, Pollinator Friendly Turf & Soil Management
This program is a combination of organic compounds, materials, and lawn fertilizers and weed control as well as minimal pest control to achieve optimal growth, root development, desirable color, healthy soil for Greener Lawns.
Traditional Turf & Soil Management
Best suited for commercial properties, this program offers lawn fertilizing and weed control for healthier, greener lawns.
Our Eco-Green IPM Lawn Care Program offers sustained duration fertilizer treatments as well as integrated pest management (IPM) and turf and soil scouting.
By using this approach we can hone in on exactly what your turf and soil require to reach its optimal health.
Greener Lawns customized this approach of incorporating organic material, lawn fertilizing, pest control and weed control to achieve maximum results for your lawn. With routine turf diagnostic assessments throughout the season, your lawn care technician will evaluate your lawns needs, recommend solutions and use appropriate cultural and product controls when needed.
Based on soil results, Greener Lawns can recommend specific nutrient inputs at the proper rate to address any deficiencies that may not be addressed within the program.
Greener Lawns selects the leading lawn care products to amend and improve microbial activity within the soil. By doing so this will allow for better uptake of necessary fertilizer macro and micro nutrients.
This service is available upon request.
Benefits of Organic Compost:
Benefits of Sea Kelp:
A late fall pH maintenance application of lime will provide stability within your soil and improve nutrient uptake in the spring after a long winter of dormancy.
A late fall application of potassium will greatly benefit any new seed work that was performed in the late summer and early fall by hardening the roots prior to winter dormancy, stimulate new root and shoot development for the next year, building resistance within the grass against drought, disease and dormancy as well as improving Nitrogen efficiencies for spring green up.