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Get a jump on your organic spring lawn care: Don’t skip soil treatments.

This month and next, we’ll be adding organic amendments to your lawnd and garden to boost spring health.

Don’t let the date on the calendar fool you: Spring is already springing! While we may still get a few cold snaps, the ongoing mild temperatures have set your lawn and garden into motion a bit early this year. Trees are budding, roses are flushing and warm-season lawns will come out of dormancy earlier this year. That means you’re going to need to get ahead of your lawn and landscape when it comes to soil building treatments.


No worries about your kids and pets playing on the lawn when it’s healthy and organic!

February: Not too early to feed your soil

As part of our Soil Building program, we treat your lawn, landscape and soil eight times a year. Each treatment is targeted to be the most effective at its time of application. In February and March (treatment #2 on our service calendar) we treat the soil with our house-made, organic Liquid Compost Extract. It is the key element to reviving compacted, nutrient depleted soil.

Increasing microbial activity in soil helps feed your lawn naturally.

During treatment #2 we also add molasses, liquid seaweed and fulvic acid to the liquid compost extract in order to give a super boost to the microbes in the soil. Basically, we’re feeding the “good bugs” so they can feed your lawn. Beneficial microbes are essential for breaking down organic matter to provide nutrients to your lawn and landscape.

When you switch to an organic lawn care program, consistency is key: Long-term results require a long-term commitment. Keeping soil healthy year-round requires that you feed it on a regular schedule. When you skip soil building treatments, you’ll have to expect reduced results.

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Credentials

Member, ASA, SSSA, CSSA

Soils Alive is an active member of the Agronomy Society of America (ASA), Soil Science Society of America (SSSA), and Crop Science Society of America (CSSA).

Accredited Business, Better Business Bureau

Soils Alive, Inc. has been a member and accredited business with the Better Business Bureau since 2004. You can find our listing here. We are presently an A+ rated business.

Member, Texas Nursery & Landscape Association

Soils Alive is a member of the Texas Nursery & Landscape Association(TNLA). TNLA is Texas' largest and most prominent green industry advocacy and governance group, and was set up to promote the landscape, nursery and horticulture industry in Texas. 

2014 Super Service Award from Angie’s List

We earned the 2014 Super Service Award from Angie's List. The award reflects consistent high levels of customer service. Check our reviews atAngie's List. We won the 2013 Super Service Award as well.

1821 Wall Street
Garland, TX 75041
Ph: 972.272.9211
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