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Go Organic Lawn Care is dedicated to providing its clients with a healthy, green, weed-free lawn while minimizing our impact on the environment. We are committed to providing exceptional customer service to commercial and residential clients seeking an organic alternative in lawn and tree care.
Go Organic Lawn Care is a family-owned, 35+ year old business located in Oakland, NJ.
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Go Organic Lawncare serves Northern NJ and most of Rockland & Orange Counties in NY.
We offer a wide range of services from organic-based lawn care to tick control. Learn more by visiting our services page.
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Go Organic Tips & Ideas
Year-round tips & ideas from Go Organic to ensure a healthy and beautiful lawn
Now is the Time for Lawn Aeration!
Late August is the perfect time to consider lawn aeration. Aeration provides your grass roots with much needed air while reducing soil compaction. The process also allows nutrients and water to get down to the root system which in turn yields a healthier lawn. For exceptional year-round lawn care service, visit us at https://goorganiclawncare.com/ and get…Read More
Get Your Lawn Ready for the Dog Days of Summer
According to the Old Farmer’s Almanac, the Dog Days of summer started on July 3 and will end on 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…Read More
Don’t Forget About Aeration!
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…Read More