Like our bodies, your lawn needs water, oxygen and nutrients to live and thrive. Hard, compacted soil and thick layers of thatch, (a naturally occurring plant byproduct) can limit the amount of water, and oxygen getting in to your soil, limiting the nutrients reaching the roots of your lawn. This creates shallow roots and unhealthy…

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According to the Old Farmer’s Almanac, the Dog Days of summer start on July 3 and end August 11. This year, make sure your lawn is healthy and strong to withstand rising temperatures. Contact the lawn care experts at Go Organic to provide you with exceptional year-round lawn care service. Visit us at https://goorganiclawncare.com/ and get a…

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With the warm weather months upon us, now is the time to raise the blade on your lawn mower for summer. Warm-season grasses should be mowed at a blade height of 2”-3″. For exceptional year-round lawn care service, visit us at https://goorganiclawncare.com/ and get a FREE estimate today.

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