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When my asphalt driveway was cracking a few years back, I called 3 paving companies to give quotes on repairing or replacing it. No one returned my call. Frustrated, I had the Organic Soil Solutions crew

This should be a great year for dormant seeding if you already did it. We were able to do a number of lawns that needed some help, just before the recent storm. Now that seed is lying dormant…

If you like our approach to lawns, you’ll love what we can do for your plants and landscape. Our primary focus has always been lawn care, but as our name implies, Organic Soil Solutions is really about…

Many of our customers have lush, green, organic lawns in the fall. This is the result of a true organic lawn care maintenance process and healthy soil. As one customer said, “I love how the lawn looks…

This is the tale of Amy J. from Arlington, MA… One year ago in October, our lawn looked disgusting. It was full of large open bare spots and significant portions were brown. This October…

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