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Sounds like a scary movie, doesn’t it? An invasion of creeping spurge might actually happen to your lawn! But don’t fear, we have some expert advice to help you combat the spurge.

Recently, we applied compost tea with microbial foods to the soil that supports the lawns of our customers. The soil is a living breathing place with air, water and billions of micro-organisms breaking…

“What I enjoy is not the fruits alone, but I also enjoy the soil itself, its nature and its power.” – Cicero, De Senectute In the Spring, we seed bare spots and damaged areas of your lawn with…

Happy New Year! This is the time to reflect on life and think about how to make more progress in 2014. Life can be a constant struggle to make sense out of things we don’t understand. What makes perfect sense for one person sounds like crazy talk to another. Things that used to be normal,

We recently applied compost tea to our customers’ lawns. The compost tea is comprised of microbial foods to refresh the life in the soil and add some more. The bacteria, fungi, nematodes and protozoa are the life blood of the soil. I love to see all the activity in our yard. We try to select

Organic Soil Solutions uses a soy-based fertilizer that is nutritious and delicious for the soil bacteria and fungi. They, in turn, provide a healthy snack for the protozoa and nematodes. A little too much nitrogen for their taste, however, and the excess is released in the form of ammonium (NH4+). All this wining and dining

We’ve all been there. You’re outside on the patio trying to enjoy a nice, summer evening, but you spend the whole time slapping and swatting at those annoying mosquitoes. Or, even worse, you don’t slap or swat in time and get an itchy mosquito bite the size of a golf ball. Okay, okay…maybe I’m exaggerating,

Invasive plants are the unwanted guests at the party. Yes, someone invited them, but who knew they would act like such cads. With no pests or diseases to keep them at bay, they take over the room, pushing everyone else to the side. There is a list of plants that are illegal to import, sell

In our continued efforts this spring to bring healthy, organic lawns to the masses, we most recently seeded bare spots and damaged areas of our client’s lawns with a spring seed that germinates quickly and crowds out weeds. By maintaining an organic lawn, you are contributing to a living, breathing soil. As temperatures rise, soil

I recently met with the head of Parks and Forestry in Needham, where I live. We’ve cared for the Needham Heights Common organically for 11 years now and it always looks good. Now the town is using organic methods on the fields and parks and getting good results. Besides not using harmful chemicals, the town