At Grow GREEN Mow GREEN, we are experts at developing and maintaining healthy, green, weed free lawns. Our Grow GREEN Organic based program is safe for your children and pets. In fact, our organic product is food grade (yes you can drink it).
Grow GREEN Organic works like a probiotic for your lawn. Over time, it will improve your soil composition and stimulate root development. The improvement in your soil composition is so dramatic; we are able to reduce the amount of man-made products by as much as 75%.
Use Less Water
As Grow GREEN Organics works to improve your soil, your lawn will require less water to stay green and healthy. If you irrigate your lawn, your might just find that your water saving will pay for your Grow GREEN service.
The Benefits of Grow GREEN Organics Include:
- A Naturally Greener, Thicker, & Healthier Lawns
- Enriched Ecosystem
- Dramatic improvement in root development
- Better drought resistance, requires less water
- 75% Reduction in Nitrates
- 50% - 75% Reduction in Herbicides
- Suppresses lawn diseases
- Natural PH Adjustment
- Fewer insects naturally
A Healthy Lawn Improves the Environment!
It is a common misconception that maintaining a green, healthy lawn is bad for the environment. In fact, a well-cared for lawn supports the environment in a number of ways.
Healthy Lawn = Healthy Environment
- Grass Reduces Greenhouse Gas
Grass absorbs greenhouse gas and converts it into live-giving oxygen. Grass does this at a much higher rate than native plants or trees because grass has higher leaf density and a faster growth rate. A 2,500 square foot lawn converts enough carbon dioxide into oxygen to sustain a family of four!
- Grass Purifies Water
Turf grass roots act as a natural environment filter. Lawn root zones and supporting soil microbes act as massive filters to capture and breakdown many types of pollutants common to our urban environment.
- Healthy Lawns Reduce Run-Off
The next time it rains, notice where the water comes from that fills the street gutters and flows into the storm sewers. You'll find that very little run-off comes from your lawn. That's because dense, healthy grass is the best natural surface we have for trapping precipitation and reducing soil erosion. A healthy 10,000-sq.-ft. lawn (about the size of an average suburban lot) can absorb more than 6,000 gallons of rainwater without noticeable runoff.