Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Preventing Frost damage in your Boise, Eagle, Meridian, and Nampa Idaho turf.

It’s December in the Treasure Valley and the temperatures have been below freezing for some time.  The usually vibrant green of the grass is turning brown as the grass begins to enter a period of dormancy.  Even though it looks like it is dying, the grass is still alive and will green up again in the spring.  But if we are hit with extreme cold temperatures and moisture isn’t allowed to reach the roots of the grass, your grass could get winter frost burn and be damaged. 

Grass can also be damaged in the winter from too much traffic.  In the cold and freezing months you should avoid walking, playing, parking and driving on the grass.  Grass is pretty resilient but has a harder time recovering from well worn paths that occur during dormancy.  Try to keep you sidewalks and driveways cleared of snow so that there will be less temptation to walk through the yard.  Leaving cars or other objects on frozen turf will at the least make those areas more susceptible to weeds in the spring and at the worst result in dead spots. 



At Organic Solutions! Inc., we strive to give you the healthiest lawn all year long.  Our organic fertilizer can help your lawn revive quicker and look more vibrant in the spring.  If you would like to receive a free estimate for our fertilization and weed control programs, please contact us!


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Thursday, December 7, 2017

Giving the gift of professional lawn care in Boise, Eagle, Meridian, and Nampa Idaho.

Having a healthy green lawn takes time and energy on a weekly basis from April to October.  Between the weekly mowing  and the seasonal fertilization applications, it can be a little overwhelming. There may be some people in your life who struggle to maintain their lawn either because of age, physical limitations, or because of their busy schedule.  

As people age, they naturally slow down and many elderly people come to a place where caring for their lawn is no longer advisable.  This can be especially true in the heat of summer when the dangers of sunburn, dehydration and sunstroke is so high. 

It is also a possibility that one person in the household may be acting as a caregiver to their elderly or disabled spouse, parent, or other family member.  Caregivers often find themselves short on time and running on empty as they try to take care of day to day responsibilities.  Having to maintain the lawn as well can often be more than they can handle.

Often those who fall into the above categories live on limited incomes or are besieged by medical bills and cannot afford to hire a professional lawn care company to do the work for them. 

If you would like to give the gift of lawn care services to a parent, friend, or neighbor who needs it, Contact us for a free estimate.  It may be the best gift they ever received.

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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

The importance of finding a reputable snow removal company in Boise, Meridian, Eagle, and Nampa, Idaho

November is almost over and we are anticipating another winter with above average snow-fall in the Treasure Valley.  If you have a commercial business you may still be experiencing post-traumatic stress from last year’s record snow-fall and the headaches that it caused for you and your business.  You may also be trying to prevent some of the costs that were incurred because of accidents and falls that occurred on your property.
If you haven’t found a reliable snow contractor that provides quality work, take some time to review the questions you should be asking before committing to a snow removal company.
Are you insured?  Safety and liability are extremely important issues to consider in snow removal.  Does the snow contractor have the appropriate liability insurance to cover any bodily injury or property damage that could occur as a result of their work?
Does your company have experience in snow removal?  Choosing a company not only with experience but the right equipment is of prime importance.  Professional snow removal companies understand the processes involved in safely removing snow and ice and have the equipment to execute the job in a timely manner.  You want a company that can anticipate and react to any size storm or weather system appropriately.
Will they meet with you to discuss planning and pricing?  It’s important that you walk through your property with any potential snow contractors so that they understand what will need to be cleared during the winter months.  Once they have a clear idea of what you need they should be able to communicate to you how the company will respond to your needs and how much it will cost you.
These are just a few of the basic questions you should ask of any snow removal business.  An honest and reputable company will answer any questions you have and will detail how they will execute prompt quality snow removal that will keep your commercial property accessible and your employees and clientele safe. 

At Organic Solutions! Inc., we know the importance of developing a snow removal plan before the snow arrives!  Don’t get caught scrambling to find a reputable contractor when your parking lot is covered with snow.  Contact us today to meet with one of our professionals to discuss your commercial snow removal needs.  We can be reached by phone, 208-884-8986, or by email, organicsolutionsinc@outlook.com.  You can also reach us through our website, www.idahoorganicsolutions.com.

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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

November Preparations for your Spring lawn and landscape in Boise, Meridian, Eagle, and Nampa Idaho

Before the snow begins to fall and winter sets in you may want to take a few steps to ensure that your lawn looks it best when spring rolls around.  

Here are just a few ideas for preparing your lawn for Spring in November:

For a nice and tidy yard throughout the winter,  trim the edges of your lawn for a professional appearance. 


We also recommend adding organic mulch to your beds and borders, not only will this help your yard aesthetically but it will also help insulate the soil and prevent sudden changes in temperature that could be detrimental to plant growth. 


Of course, leaf removal is of high priority in November.  Unless you mulch your leaves, you should remove them from the surface of your lawn.  When leaves cover your lawn they prevent your grass from much needed light and which can distress your lawn and even cause dead spots. 


At Organic Solutions! Inc., we care about the health of your landscape as well as the appearance and functionality.  If you would like to meet with one of our team member’s to discuss the many options available to help you care for and maintain your lawn and landscape, give us a call, 208-884-8986, or email us at organicsolutionsinc@outlook.com.


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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Winterizing your lawn and landscape tools in Boise, Meridian, Nampa, and Eagle, Idaho.

As fall gradually gives way to winter, it is important to winterize your lawn equipment to extend its life and efficiency.  Taking the time and effort to properly winterize your lawn care equipment is worth the time and effort and it takes and will guarantee fewer issues in the spring.

Small engines such as found in your lawn mowers and gas powered trimmers and blowers are susceptible to a variety of problems caused by today’s blended fuels.  It is recommended that you treat your gasoline with a fuel stabilizer and allow it to circulate through your gas powered motors, and if possible run the gasoline out of the tank.  This is also a good time to change the oil and complete any other maintenance tasks such as sharpening the blades on your mower.  Make sure to check with and comply with the manufacturers recommendations for winterizing your lawn equipment.

This is also a good time to take care of your lawn and garden tools.  Make sure that you clean off your shovels, trowels, garden hoses and such before storing them.  You can use a wire brush for hard to remove soil and rust and then wipe the tool down with some motor oil to keep them from rusting again.  If your wooden handles are rough, you can use sandpaper to smooth them out and then apply some linseed oil to prevent the wood from drying out and splitting.  Garden hoses should be disconnected, drained and stored indoors to prolong their life. 

While you are winterizing your lawn care equipment it is also a good idea to inspect your snowblower and make sure it is ready before the snow starts to fall.  Besides the engine, inspect the blades/auger, clutch, belt and any other common wear parts.  Make sure the nuts and bolts are in place and properly torqued.  Make sure to check the manufacturers recommendations.  This is also a good time to make sure you have a good snow shovel on hand.


At Organic Solutions! Inc, our goal is to help you have a beautiful healthy lawn no matter the season.  If you would like to talk to one of our expert team members about your lawn’s particular needs and how we can help you achieve your landscaping goals, give us a call, 208-884-8986.



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Monday, November 13, 2017

Tips for keeping your lawn healthy before the snow falls in Boise, Nampa, Eagle, and Meridian.

When it comes to winterizing your lawn and landscape, at Organic Solutions! Inc., we have stressed the importance of late fall fertilization, fall clean-up and pruning and proper irrigation system blowouts.  We wanted to take some time to discuss some other lawn tips to help you keep your lawn in the best possible shape throughout the winter months ahead.

When the weather becomes cold and we typically spend more time indoors, it can be easy to forget about items that may have been left out on the lawn.  Besides the obvious need for leaf removal to prevent damage to the lawn, you also need to keep your eyes out for items such as wood, dog toys, tools, and lawn furniture that may be left on the lawn and can lead to dead spots.  Pet waste is also detrimental to lawns if left all winter so it is a good idea to pick up after pets whenever the snow clears.  In order to prevent lawn damage it is a good idea to make an occasional sweep of your lawn to make sure that it is clear of any items that could cause damage.

It is also a good idea to avoid heavy traffic on your lawn once it has gone into dormancy.  We suggest discouraging foot traffic by keeping your sidewalks and pathways clear of snow and making sure that you don’t park vehicles on the lawn.  We would also recommend shoveling our pathways through your lawn and using a de-icing agent only when necessary as salts and other chemicals can cause damage to your lawn.


At Organic Solutions! Inc, our goal is to help you have a beautiful healthy lawn no matter the season.  If you would like to talk to one of our expert team members about your lawn’s particular needs and how we can help you achieve your landscaping goals, give us a call, 208-884-8986.



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Thursday, November 9, 2017

Fall Fertilization for your Idaho landscape in Boise, Nampa, Eagle, and Meridian.

The Treasure Valley was hit with an especially harsh winter last year which resulted in many damaged lawns and trees. This year the weather forecasts are calling for similar conditions which is why it is important to take preventative measures to help your lawn and landscaping survive whatever this winter has in store for us.

After a long hot summer your lawn and trees are stressed and applying a late fall fertilization treatment can help provide them with the nutrients they need before going into dormancy for the winter.  At Organic Solutions, Inc., we use the highest quality, natural-based organic fertilizer that is custom blended by our experienced team members. 
Fall Fertilization - Deep Root Feeding for Trees
Organic Granular Fall Fertilizer for healthy soil and lawns


Our organic fertilizer is full of live micro-organisms that naturally aerate the soil as well as provide the nourishment that your turf grass and trees need to grow strong and healthy.  And because it is organic it is safe for humans, pets, and the environment.  Contact us today for a free estimate on fall fertilization and get a head start on a healthy lawn and landscape for 2018.
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Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Fall Deep Root Feeding for your trees and shrubs in Boise, Eagle, Meridian, and Nampa Idaho.

We often talk about the importance of healthy soil for your lawn and garden.  But today we want to focus on the importance of healthy soil for your trees.  Trees are a valuable investment in your landscape as well as an important natural resource.  In order to ensure the health and vitality of your trees, nutrient rich soil is essential.

At Organic Solutions, Inc., we recognize the importance of having healthy trees in our neighborhoods and communities and have seen the benefit of our deep root fertilization applications.  Having a deep root feeding in the fall will help your trees overcome the stress from summer and prepare them for the winter ahead.  The slow release formula will also feed and nourish your tree throughout the growing season. 

As long as the ground is not frozen, there is still time to for our expert technicians to inject your trees and shrubs with a deep root fertilizer.  Deep root feeding is also an environmentally friendly practice that reduces fertilizer run-off as well promotes healthy soil and strong and healthy trees.


If you would like to schedule a deep root feeding for your trees and/or shrubs, contact us today!  We can be reached by phone, 208-884-8986, or by email, organicsolutionsinc@outlook.com.  
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Thursday, November 2, 2017

The benefits of applying Sulfur to your lawn in Boise, Eagle, Meridian, and Nampa Idaho.

Now that it is November you have probably put any ideas of lawn care on the back burner.  But there are some things you can do this late in the season that will help you have a green lush lawn in the spring.  We have talked in previous blogs about the importance of that end of the season fertilization for a healthy lawn but we haven’t discussed another application that could be of great benefit to your lawn before winter comes and that is a Sulfur.

Sulfur is important in maintaining a healthy ph balance in your lawn and soil.  When the ph levels are too high or low (too acidic or too alkaline) the lawn cannot absorb the nutrients it needs such as nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium which can cause your lawn to grow slowly and not look as lush or green as it should.
 
There are many factors which can cause the ph balance of your soil to be out of whack from urban development which contributes to the loss of good topsoil and the leaching of lime from cement structures, to bicarbonates found in your water source.  A Sulfur treatment will help improve the ph balance of your soil which in turn will aid in growing a beautiful lush green lawn.


If you are interested in lawn fertilization or a Sulfur application before winter arrives, contact us today! 
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Monday, October 30, 2017

Fall Clean-up and Pruning in Boise, Eagle, Meridian, and Nampa Idaho.

Autumn is in full swing as evidenced by the cooler weather and falling leaves.  At Organic Solution! Inc., our November schedule is dedicated to fall clean-ups and pruning so that your outdoor space will not only look beautiful but will be in good shape before the snowy days of winter.

Removing leaves, cleaning up flower beds, and pruning your trees and shrubs isn’t just for aesthetic purposes but can actually prevent snow and ice damage as well as pests and diseases.  Having these services done in the fall will help your yard and trees to be healthy and ready to spring back to life when winter ends.

We recognize that the amount of work that needs to be done to get your landscape ready for winter can be overwhelming.   Hiring a professional lawn care and landscape company can take the worry and the work out of your fall clean-up and help you enjoy all the benefits of the season.
If you would like expert service with excellent results, contact us today to get on the schedule.  We can be reached by phone, 208-884-8986, or by email, organicsolutionsinc@outlook.com.  You can also contact us through our website, www.idahoorganicsolutions.com.


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Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Fall Preventive care for trees and shrubs in Boise, Eagle, Meridian, and Nampa, Idaho.

At organic Solutions! Inc., we recognize that lawn care is much more than having green grass.  Our lawn maintenance includes the much needed preventative care for trees and shrubs.  At this time of year Organic Solutions, Inc. is ramping up for fall pruning and for fall dormant oil applications.

If you are not familiar with Dormant oil, it is used to treat and destroy the overwintering eggs of insects, caterpillars, and mites that are harmful to your fruit trees and landscape ornamentals.  Applying dormant oil now will help to keep your trees and shrubs healthy and give you a head start on insect management.

If you have had a problem in the past with pesky bugs feasting on your trees and shrubs, you might want to consider applying dormant oil now.  Contact us today to get on the schedule for a fall dormant oil treatment.  We can be reached by phone, 208-884-8986 or by email, organicsolutionsinc@outlook.com.

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Friday, October 20, 2017

5 ways you can “go green” with your lawn care and landscaping in Boise, Meridian, Eagle, and Nampa Idaho

As the growing season winds down and you begin to think about preparing your lawn and landscape for winter, it is a good time to evaluate the changes you would like to make to your lawn and landscape for next year.  Perhaps you would like to incorporate more environmentally friendly practices that nurture wildlife and conserve water and energy.
If you would like your outdoor space to a be a safe, healthy, eco-friendly place for friends and family to gather to relax, eat, and play together then you might consider these 5 “green” options.
1.      Native plants
Using plants that are native to your area also means they are more suited to growing in your local environment, which makes them more resistance to pests and diseases.   It also means they will require less maintenance and water than other more exotic plants.


2.      Butterflies and Bees
Provide areas in your yard and garden to attract nature’s pollinators; the butterflies and bees.  In North America we are in the midst of a major bee epidemic and bees are a much needed source of pollination for crop production so any steps we can take to increase the bee population is good step ecologically speaking.  It has been suggested that having 10 or more species of attractive plants is the best way to entice most bees.
3.     Trees
Planting trees is a great benefit to the environment, not only can trees reduce pollution by cleaning the air we breathe, they can also reduce energy use.  Planting a deciduous tree which drops its leaves in the fall is a great way to provide shade in the summer and allow sunlight to flow through in the winter.  Planting trees on the east and west facing sides of your home will maximize their benefit.  You can also plant evergreen trees to block the cold winter winds.  Once you have determined the most dominant direction of wind during the winter months you can then plant your evergreens upwind to achieve the best protection.
4.     Automatic Irrigation system
Having a built in sprinkler system can actually reduce water usage especially if your landscaping has different water requirements in different zones.  Plants and trees benefit from deep root soaking periodically rather than light shallow watering.  And watering the yard in the early morning will reduce water loss to evaporation as well aid in absorption.   Drip irrigation systems are even more efficient and allows you to deliver the water directly to where it is needed.

5.     Organic fertilizer
Organic fertilizers help the environment in many ways.  One of the biggest reasons to use an organic material on your lawn and plants is to reduce harmful wastewater run-off.  Another very good reason to use organic products is because they are safer for you, your family, and your pets. 

You can make a difference to the environment from your own backyard!  If you are interested in sustainable landscape designs that reduce waste and promote a healthy environment, contact Organic Solutions! Inc., a family owned business that cares about you, your family and the environment in which you work, live, and play.
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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

What you should know about weeds as winter approaches in Boise, Nampa, Meridian, and Eagle, Idaho

Weeds are resilient and amazing plants when you think about it.  Weeds tend to grow and reproduce much quicker than the plants we desire – because they are highly adaptable and easily spread.  Weeds can be brought to our yard by wind currents or through irrigation water.  They can be carried onto our property by animals, hay/straw bales, or even the tires on our vehicles.
Weeds cause more loss to famers than insects, disease, or critters that graze on their crops.  And weeds are the most common complaint that we hear about in the lawn care industry, especially as weeds develop more and more resistance to common weed control products.
Many weeds are annuals, which means they germinate, grow to maturity, and die in less than a year’s time.  Since annuals die each year, that means they must reproduce from seed in order to ensure their survival.  Winter annuals germinate in the late summer/early fall and then survive the cold of winter and grow quickly in the spring.  Many weeds can produce several thousand seeds each year which means they will be even more prolific the next year unless a remedy is found.   
So what can you do to reduce weeds in your lawn?  You can apply a pre-emergent to keep weed seeds from germinating which will definitely reduce weed growth.  But the number one remedy to a weed filled lawn – is to grow a healthy dense grass.  Trying to manage weeds without building a healthy lawn is an impossible task.
At Organic Solutions, Inc., we have developed a system of lawn care that takes into consideration the science behind healthy turf and its competition, the resilient weed.  We use the highest quality, natural-based organic lawn fertilizer that is custom blended by our lawn care experts. 

Our organic lawn fertilizer is full of live micro-organisms that naturally aerate the soil as well as provide the nourishment that your grass needs to grow thick, green and healthy.  And because it is organic it is safe for humans, pets, and the environment.  Contact us today for a free estimate on our fertilization and weed control packages and get a head start on a healthy lawn for 2018.

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Friday, October 6, 2017

When should you stop mowing your lawn in Boise, Nampa, Meridian, and Eagle, Idaho

It’s October and the question that we commonly hear at this time of year is, when should we stop mowing our lawn?

You may be tempted to stop mowing once your irrigation water has been shut off and your sprinklers winterized.  But don’t put away the mower just yet!  Retiring your lawn mower too early can be unhealthy for turf. 

Snow Mold
Most lawns in the Treasure Valley contain Kentucky Blue Grass, which is a cool season grass.  Cool season grasses go through a period of rejuvenation and growth in the fall as the weather cools.  If you stop mowing mid-October, you could end up with fairly long grass before winter sets in.  Long grass mats easier and makes it more susceptible to winter kill and promotes snow mold.  Last year’s record snow fall resulted in many cases of snow mold in the Boise valley and they are predicting a repeat this year.  

It is recommended that you continue to mow at least through the end of October, dropping your mowing height from the summer 3 inches to a short 1.5 – 2 inch cut for your final mowing.  This is vital in keeping your grass healthy in the dormant stage and will promote a faster green lawn in the spring. 


It is also important to remember as you cut your lawn in the fall is to make sure that your mower blades are sharp.  A clean cut is especially important for the health of your lawn.  When the mower blades are dull they actually pull at the grass and leave a serrated edge that makes the grass more vulnerable to lawn diseases.

Organic Solutions! Inc. has been providing the best commercial and residential lawn mowing service in Boise, Meridian, Eagle, Nampa, Star, Kuna, and the Treasure Valley for over 17 years. We use only top quality lawn mowing equipment which lends to the incredible professional look that you receive when using our lawn mowing service.  If you would like to end the season with a great looking lawn or get an estimate on services for next year, give us a call, 208-884-8986, or email, organicsolutionsinc@outlook.com.

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Tuesday, September 26, 2017

The benefits of mulching your fall leaves in Boise, Nampa, Meridian, and Eagle, Idaho

Should you rake and remove or mow and leave?  When it comes to falling leaves, maybe you never knew you had a choice.  Many of us were brought up to believe that you should always rake your leaves and remove them from your lawn because not only was it “tidier” but better for your grass.  But science is telling us that our lawns could actually benefit from the annual input that the autumnal leaves bring.

But won’t the leaves smother and kill the grass?  Well yes, excessive accumulation of leaves that are left in thick piles throughout the winter, can kill your grass.  But fallen leaves can also provide an additional layer of beneficial organic material that will ultimately compost into much needed nutrients for your lawn and plants.  As noted by National Wildlife Federation Naturalist David Mizejewski, “Fallen leaves offer a double benefit. Leaves form a natural mulch that helps suppress weeds and fertilizes the soil as it breaks down.  According to a Michigan State study, mulching leaves into a lawn will actually reduce dandelions by 60%. 

In order to get the best benefit from your leaves and avoid harming your lawn, it is recommended that you actually mow over the fallen leaves to turn them into smaller pieces.  A mulching mower will make easy work of the leaves, but if you don’t have one any mower will do.   First you will need to rake or blow leaves from your beds into your lawn, then run over the leaves a few times with the mower to chop them into small pieces.  Lightly rake the chopped leaves into a pile and mow that pile a few more times.  You can then rake the leaf mulch into the lawn.

You can also use this leaf compost as a mulch around your trees and flower beds.  Covering your garden beds with a thick mulch in the fall is a simple and effective way to build nutrients in the soil to feed your plants and trees.  

Remember that fall is a great time to address any issues you might be having with your lawn as well as start an organic lawn care program to feed your lawn before winter. 


At Organic Solutions! Inc., we have been in the lawn care business for over 17 years and are experts in the unique needs of your Treasure Valley turf.  If you would like an estimate on our lawn care programs, please contact us.  We can be reached by email, organicsolutionsinc@outlook.com, or by phone, 208-884-8986.
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Thursday, September 21, 2017

The importance of winterizing your sprinkler system in Boise, Nampa, Meridian, and Eagle, Idaho

As summer winds down and the weather cools, our thoughts turn to the fast approaching winter.  Last year’s unprecedented snowfall in the Treasure Valley
is said to be duplicated this year.  And as a company, we saw many costly issues with sprinkler lines that were caused from irrigation systems not being blown out correctly or even not being blown out all. With that in mind, we want to focus today on the importance of winterizing your sprinkler system.

Whenever your sprinkler system is used, some water is always left in the pipes, even if you drain your system.  This water becomes an issue when temperatures drop below freezing.  The freezing and expanding of the water can then lead to cracked pipes and fittings. Frozen water in the system can also affect the valves and anti-siphon devises which are expensive to repair and replace.  Metal parts are especially vulnerable to the effects of alternately freezing and thawing over time. 

To prevent damage, we recommend a sprinkler blow-out.  A “blow-out” consists of sending pressurized air through the system to ensure that any leftover water is removed.  Failing to winterize your sprinkler system can result in severe damage not only to your sprinkler system but potentially with your property, especially your lawn, due to flowing.


At Organic Solutions! Inc., we urge you to hire a trained professional to winterize your irrigation system to ensure that it is done properly.  We are in the process of scheduling for sprinkler blow-outs and encourage you to contact us and get on the calendar before it is too late.  

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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Preventing Spring weeds in the Fall in Boise, Nampa, Meridian, and Eagle, Idaho

One of the preventative lawn care treatments that we provide to our customers in the Treasure Valley is fall pre-emergent weed control.  Applying a fall pre-emergent is a great way to prevent pesky weeds from appearing in your lawn in the spring.
There are many variety of weeds that germinate in the fall, survive the winter, and actively grow in spring. Which means that the only preventive means of ridding your turf of invasive weeds such as henbit, annual bluegrass, chickweed, corn speedwell and lawn burrweed (or spurweed), thistle, dandelion, and clover is the application of a fall pre-emergent.
Pre-emergent herbicides stop weeds before they sprout by prohibiting weed seeds from germinating.   The timing of a pre-emergent application in the late summer, early fall is critical because once weeds appear in your lawn, it is too late. 

As Benjamin Franklin once said, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.”  At Organic Solutions! Inc., we are experts in preventing problem weeds before they appear in your lawn. If you would like to get the full benefit of a fall pre-emergent, contact us today to get on the schedule.

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