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Lawn Seeding And Aeration Sale By Carolina Organic Lawns On Now!

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Our Annual 50% off Fall Sale is on Now! Last Fall, our schedule filled up fast, so call today! 919-742-0473 email: Visit our website - Carolina Organic Lawns I received the following "Turf Alert" email from NC State's turf expert, Grady Miller, this week: "It is Time for Fall Seeding of Tall Fescue in NC Grady Miller, Professor and Extension Specialist Fall is the best time for renovation and seeding of cool-season lawns. And with recent rainfall and cooler weather, it makes for an ideal time for fall renovation. Remember that spring-established tall fescue is more susceptible to drought, heat, fungal diseases, and weed encroachment. With normal summer weather patterns, spring seeding is not likely to result in a year-long stand of healthy tall fescue. So do not delay, seed in the fall! Before seeding core aerification is recommended to reduce compacted areas. " Call 919-742-0473 Today or email: In business since 1985 Bridge Programs Available Please click on Our Organic Lawn Care benefits page for more information on the benefits of Organic Lawn Care. To learn more about lawn aeration, please visit our Carolina Organic Lawns Aeration Page Why Aerate? Golf Courses Aerate! Golf Courses aerate several times a year. And they are turf experts. Their livelihood depends on the condition of their turf. Core aeration creates holes in the soil, relieving compaction, enabling your soil to hold more moisture and nutrients, reducing runoff, and giving your turf's roots the ability to grow strong and deep. It's that deep root system that gives your lawn the ability to grow thick, resist weeds and pests, and survive heat and drought. Properly aerated and conditioned lawns cost less to maintain - they need fewer mowings, less water (in many cases 50% less,) and decrease or eliminate the need for toxic pesticides and herbicides. Aeration is one of the best things you can do to maintain high quality, healthy turf! We use top-quality equipment; this is the Lawn Solutions Hydro Aerifier on Centipedegrass, under one of Jon's Magnolias. Adding our Kelp-based Compost Tea immediately after aeration gets the nutrients and micronutrients right down to the roots where they are needed. Our Compost Tea releases nutrients from the soil, acts as a chelating agent, aids in foliar and root uptake, and stimulates soil biological activity. Aeration and Compost Tea. The one-two punch for your healthy lawn! Please call or email us today to schedule your aeration! Compost Tea -- What is it? Compost Tea contains the micro biology needed for your lawn to thrive. Compost is suspended in water filled drums, where oxygen and nutrients are added, so that the beneficial microorganisms are extracted and multiply in huge numbers. Those beneficial bacteria, protozoa, and fungi in Compost Tea are the necessary biology that builds soil structure and improves tillage. Beneficial microorganisms in the ecosystem are negatively impacted by chemical based pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers. Plant nutrition is increased by Compost Tea making nutrients more available to the root system. Those nutrients are available through microbial interactions at exactly the correct amount, time, and place. With a Compost Tea program, your lawn will develop a deeper and stronger root system. Your lawn will be more heat and drought resistant, and better able to use the available nutrients and oxygen from the soil. You lawn will grow more laterally instead of vertically, needing less frequent mowing, and growing thicker to crowd out weeds. Lawns organically maintained: * Need less frequent watering * Need to be cut less often * Crowd out weeds * Resist pests Which adds up to savings for you, and a safe and healthy lawn for your children and pets! Now with Humates! Please Visit our Carolina Organic Lawns Humate Page Harvard University has been testing Organic Lawn Care on Harvard Yard. Check out the results! Chemically maintained turf on left: shallow root system. Organically maintained turf on right: deep root system. There is a very informative This Old House episode that you should watch, the Director of Maintenance at Harvard University explains their Organic Lawn Care program, and demonstrates their Compost Tea system- the same system used by Carolina Organic Lawns! Harvard University - This Old House Episode Here are some Fescue, Zoysia, St. Augustine and Bermuda lawns that we manage. Some photos are before, some are after, are some are in progress: NCSU 2012 Organic Lawn Care Research Plot, above. Organic Turf on Right, Chemically Maintained Turf on Left. Which looks better? I can tell you which one is healthier! Mixing up a new batch of Compost Tea / Fertilizer / Soil Conditioner solution: Thanks for reading! -Jon Thank you! -Jon North Carolina Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services License # 026-29603 Please leave a comment on our blog: Our Organic Lawn Care blog A Cawley Family Business since 1985 Jon, Daniel, and Jeremy Cawley

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