At Organic Landscape services, we consider our customers to be our partners. Working together, we determine the best treatment for your landscape. Our customers - our partners in balanced landscape care - always have a choice. To use Organic Fungus.
Treatments and Organic Lawn and plant feeding methods the safety of your kids and pets is number one with us and over a two life time span of over 40 years of on the job in phoenix and surrounding areas Hands on learning we know how to work with nature
Our pest control program incorporates the best mix of cultural techniques - proper mowing, regular watering, programmed seeding, fertilization, pruning and routine inspection - with a certain amount of science. We use the minimum amount of pesticides.
Applied at the right time necessary to maintain healthy growth, and we encourage the use of preventive techniques between our visits. Such as not over watering and when possible introduction of beneficial Insects .
A healthy landscape contributes to a healthy environment in many ways. In fact, healthy trees, plants, and shrubs actually:
- Purify and conserve water resources by reducing runoff and recharging the water table
- Maintain air quality by absorbing air pollutants like carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, and smog
- Trap dust particles that can reduce visibility and sunlight
- Generate oxygen through photosynthesis
Protecting and enhancing your grass, trees, and shrubs helps your pocketbook because it can increase your property value, and healthy, mature trees shading your home can cut your energy costs significantly.
How to Water Your Lawn
What is the best way to water my lawn?
No Winter Grass:
- Established lawns should be watered deeply, but infrequently in Phoenix . Deep watering at least three times a week encourages deeper root growth, while frequent, shallow watering produces a limited root system. and can cause salt burn
- When watering, make sure you moisten the top three to four inches of soil, which covers the root zone.
- Although watering frequency depends on the type of grass, your soil, and the weather, most grasses require about Three inches of water each week for healthy growth.
- The best time to water is in the early morning before the sun comes up. This conserves water that would evaporate if you were to water later in the day, but also allows grass to dry before evening. Grass that remains wet for long periods of time is more susceptible to disease development.
- Monitor your underground irrigation or sprinkler system to ensure that you moisten the lawn’s entire root zone without over-watering any sections.
- New Lawns Newly Planted or installed Sod should be kept Moist not wet for 10 to 14 days and lawn areas should be over watered heavy after the third mowing and then be fed with a complete lawn food like Scotts or super turf
- The Lawn should be allowed to dry out between watering and water should be off the day before mowing and the day of mowing
Winter Time water the lawn once grass begins to discolor and wilt. If you can’t keep the grass green, water your lawn with at least one inch of water every seven to 14 days, which will keep the plants alive even if they are dormant.