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One of the first things we like to do when we get a new customer is to take a soil sample and send it to the lab. A lot of homeowners signing up for our program have pretty acidic soil. With a low pH the grass plant can’t access the nutrients it needs and acid

It’s hard to over state the importance of good cultural practices for a successful organic lawn. That doesn’t mean you have to invite a string quartet over for tea. It means you have to leave the grass high, recycle the clippings and water correctly. I visited a lawn recently in Newton that was loaded with

I’ve become more convinced lately that the organic fertilizer has a lot to do with our success. Feeding the soil and stimulating the biology really seems to set the table for good seed germination and deep, healthy roots. An active soil, with plenty of space for air and water, makes for grass that doesn’t just

Make your outdoor space even more organic and inviting with a little help from our friends, partners, and colleagues who offer everything from landscaping to tree care to organic vegetable gardens throughout Massachusetts. Check out our Resource Center today for the latest and greatest in the organic lawn care and landscape world.

A friend of mine read our recent blog post, Spread the Love, Go Organic, and he disagreed with my whole theory about the soil being “a great place for a good time if it has plenty of air, water and organic matter”. I think good organic soil is the perfect place for a party full

A friend of mine read our recent blog post, Spread the Love, Go Organic, and he disagreed with my whole theory about the soil being “a great place for a good time if it has plenty of air, water and organic matter”. I think good organic soil is the perfect place for a party full

We’ve been doing organic lawn care in the Boston area since 1999. Over that time things have changed considerably. I used to be a little embarrassed to wear my Organic Soil Solutions name tag when I went to trade shows. Now, every one wants to be “green”. One way we keep up to date is

As we rebuild our house after a fire, the choices to be “green” are overwhelming. Windows, siding and floors all have varying degrees of “green”. I like to substitute the word “sensible” for “green”. You can live in a windowless cave that uses no heat or a bright, airy space that takes a more energy.