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Organic Lawn Fertilization

Our organic programs use nutrients from all-natural sources. These solutions are formulated from an unique recipe via a highly controlled process of composting of certified organic compounds.


Organic Lawn

Turf, and Bed Fertilization

Application Schedule: one (1) application every six (6) weeks

Our organic lawn fertilization program starts each year around January 15th and ends around November 15th - dependent on the weather. 

Annual Schedule
Spring treatment: January-April
  • Compost tea, seaweed, root stimulators, and micro-nutrients
  • Pre/post-emergent herbicides on turf for early spring weed control
  • Dry organic fertilizer
Summer treatment: May-July
  • Fish, seaweed, molasses, root stimulators, and fulvic acid
Fall treatment: August-September
  • Compost tea, seaweed, root stimulators, and micronutrients
Winter treatment: October-November
  • Pre/post-emergent herbicides for winter weeds
  • Compost tea, humic acid, seaweed, and soil conditioners

Our Ingredients

We create an organic mixture of these key ingredients into a complete biological fertilization liquid and apply it via a powered spray across your yard.

Compost Tea

Compost tea contains natural formulations of micronutrients and minerals, which improve soil nutrient retention. It also helps reduce the negative side effects of other chemical herbacides and pesticides in the ecosystem.


Seaweed is a rich source of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium and magnesium. These micronutrients improve drought resistance and help minimize affects of extreme temperature changes. Seaweed also increases soil mosture retention, improves nutrient assimilation, and promotes microbial life.

Fish Emulsion

Fish emulsion contains high percentages of nitrogen for the development of green foliage, vigorous root systems and solid plant structure. Using fish for fertilizer is a sustainable way to use the waste product that would otherwise be thrown away.




Our Service Area

We service all of the Dallas metroplex, specifically: Highland Meadows, Lochwood, Casa Linda, Casa View, Northeast Dallas, Lakewood, Lower Greenville, Oak Lawn, Uptown, University Park, Preston Hollow, Vickery Meadow, North Dallas, Lake Highlands, Park Cities, Old Preston Hollow, White Rock, & Eastwood Hills.