Specializing in Natural, Organic, Warm Season Turf Management
Lawn Stays Greener
Your lawn will stay greener with less water, less frequent mowing, and it will develop a long term natural defense so you won’t need to rely on chemicals to fight insects and diseases that would destroy your lawn.
Working with nature, not against it
Carolina Organic Lawn Care concentrates on developing healthy soil. Our organic method stimulates growth of beneficial microbes and earthworms, creating a rich, healthy soil. Healthy soil grows healthy lawns!
Our Organic Solution
Our Solution is a total supply of nutrients as organic compounds such as carbohydrates and proteins which are held in the soil until the microbes and other organisms in our Compost Tea digest them. This starts and fuels the “self sustaining” process leading to increased nutrient cycles and naturally aerated soil structures.
Properly aerated and conditioned, your lawn will develop a stronger, deeper root system. As a result, your turf will be more drought and heat resistant, and better able to pull nutrients and oxygen from the soil. This stimulates lateral growth, creating a thicker lawn, better able to crowd out weeds, and needs less frequent mowing. Chemical fertilizers promote vertical blade growth and need to be mowed more often.
Your Soil is Alive
Soil is a living organism, containing micro-flora — microscopic bacteria, nematodes, and fungi — that are dependent on available carbon for food, growth, and replication. Our solution is made from Humate, North Atlantic Kelp, Compost Tea, Micronutrients, and Hydretain, and is completely organic, sustainable, and non-toxic. No more concern for your children and pets!
we specialize in Bermudagrass and Zoysiagrass turf management
All of our 2020 lawn care routes are filled. Check OrganicMosquito.com in February for openings on our Organic Mosquito Control routes.
All of our 2020 warm season routes are filled.
Our 2020 Organic Mosquito Control routes are filled. See https://organicmosquito.com in February to get on our 2021 schedule.