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Our team has spent years developing a program using an innovative hybrid of organic and conventional products, and we are very excited about the results. We use humates, iron, micronutrients, compost tea, and liquid and granular fertilizer and each treatment is modified based on the area's temperature and rainfall. Our company uses high-end products that cause minimal environmental impact and our technicians spot-spray weeds whenever possible. Not all of our products are organic, but everything we do centers around establishing a healthy lawn and a healthy environment for your kids and pets.
We're in it for the long run. We want to have a successful relationship with each of our clients and we care about the long-term health of your lawn - grass, soil, worms, roots, and all. Other Utah lawn care companies carelessly drench the grass with cheap weed control and nitrogen that sterilize the soil and contaminate our water supply. Although every lawn is susceptible to heat, pests, and other external factors, the soil and root systems on our properties serve as a strong defense system against them. On top of that, our service carries a 100% satisfaction guarantee. We will work with you until you get the results you desire.
We firmly believe that Eco Lawn is at the forefront of an industry-wide transformation. Each year, new scientific research confirms the ecological benefits of sustainable landscaping. More and more homeowners are making the switch every day. We expect to see every major lawn care company in the country adopt similar eco-friendly techniques within the next 15 years.
We use a very wide variety of products throughout the season. Things could change from week to week depending on the weather, the amount of moisture we are getting, and the amount of weeds that germinate during each season. These 3 factors are always changing and so we have to have the flexibility to be able to adapt and use the best product at the time. Here is a list of some of the type of products that we can use throughout the course of the year:
Here is a general idea of our program:
|Early Spring||March/April||Season start up fertilizer with organics||Wasatch Front||Wasatch Back|
|Spring||April/May||Weed Control, Compost Tea or fertilizer injected with organics||Wasatch Front||Wasatch Back|
|Early Summer||May/June||Compost tea with fertilizer + Weed control (SLC - Insect treatment)||Wasatch Front||Wasatch Back|
|Summer||June/July||Fertilizer with Humates + organic soil conditioners + weed control||Wasatch Front||Wasatch Back|
|Early Fall||July/August||Summer Stress combat - organic soil conditioners, compost tea||Wasatch Front|
|Fall||Sept||Deep Root Fertilization + Organics||Wasatch Front||Wasatch Back|
|Early Winter||Oct/Nov||Winter Prep - Slow Release||Wasatch Front||Wasatch Back|
For more information about our lawn program, please visit our lawn care FAQ page.
We feed your garden monthly with high-quality fertilizer infused with compost and micronutrients. This keeps your garden beds healthy and robust.
*This program can be bundled with the garden weed control program at a heavily discounted price.
Eco Lawn guarantees 100% satisfaction. Our small, energetic team works constantly to innovate and improve our service because we want to provide you with the best experience possible. Each technician is certified and trained to Eco Lawn's high standards. We promise to work hard to give you the results you are looking for in your garden. Feel free to reach out us at any time if you have any special requests.
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Under Rule R-68-9 Utah Noxious Weed Act, you must take action if these plants are on your property. Your neighbors will probably thank you too!
Some of the most common noxious weeds in our Utah area include:
Noxious weeds are tricky. They come in many forms, and can be easily confused with non-noxious plants, particularly during the early stages of development. For this reason, it's important to hire a well-trained technician. Our technicians are certified, cautious, and thoroughly trained.
Please be aware that areas with thick weed density require multiple treatments before they are under control. In addition, new weeds grow quickly and consistently throughout the season. Noxious weeds generate an incredible amount of seeds. These buggers can sit in the soil for years before sprouting. Even worse, seeds can travel a long distance, so you will likely be affected by the weeds of a neighboring property. Treating a large area for noxious weeds makes it easy to miss small patches of weeds, so some patience may be required. The battle against noxious weeds is tough, but Eco Lawn will help you take back your property.
The state of Utah has a total of 27 types of noxious weeds. Each Weed has its own germination cycle and time, and so it can be tricky to stay ahead of them. We have developed a program to help control them and also keep the cost to you as low as possible. Specific dates will change from year to year depending on weather, but the general program includes 3 Treatments between April 15th - Sept 30th:
Timing and proper identification is everything when controlling Noxious Weeds. Ideally you hit the weeds in their "rosette" stage before they stalk.
Once they stalk, you could have the potential for major weed problems. Each head contains thousands of seeds in it and if left alone for a year or two you will produce large infestations.
Our main weed control is Milestone, a specialty herbicide. It was designed to kill nasty weeds in native areas, trails, pastures, and open spaces. It is not an organic product but is considered one of the lower impact products on the market that has proven to be effective.
Milestone is labeled to kill over 50 types of weeds including thistles, Henbane, Knapweed, Henbit, Oxeye Daisy, Chicory, Horseweed, Curly Doc, Yarrow, and even Ragweed.
It is registered as an EPA "reduced risk pesticide." It has such a low toxicity that it is considered non-toxic to human, fish, bees, and birds. Once applied it is broken down by soil microbial activity very quickly and does not leach through soil. It will not injure desired grasses.
In areas that do not have desired grasses or vegetation we can use a non-selective herbicide called Finalsans. This is an organic non-selective weed control made by Neudorff. Its active ingredient is soap of fatty acids.
Milestone is registered by Dow AgroSciences LLC under the EPA Reg. NO. 62719-519
Our Noxious Weed control treatment prices start at $80
Our clients love our garden weed control program. In the early Spring, we start with a weed pre-emergent. Then we return each month of the season to spray all new grasses and weeds.
When it comes to spraying in your garden beds, you need a company that takes your garden as seriously as you do. You need technicians who are extremely careful and well trained. We are proud to tell you that each of our technicians is certified and rigorously trained. As always, this program has a 100% satisfaction guarantee. We are committed to giving you a pretty garden and a great experience.
*This program can be bundled with the plant fertilization program at a heavily discounted price.
Broadleaf Weeds: Dandelion, Plantain, Thistle, Clover, Oxalis, Spurge, Yarrow, Ground Ivy, Chickweed, Black Medic, Pigweed, Purslane, Speedwell, Star of Bethlehem, Curly Dock, Bindweed, Grape Hyacinth, Henbit, Kochia, Mallow, Violets, Yellow Woodsorrel, and many more.
Grassy weeds like: Barnyard Grass, Pasture Grass, Bluegrass, Quackgrass, Bentgrass, Bermuda Grass, Foxtail, Crabgrass, etc.
Sedges: Yellow Nutsedge, Purple Nutsedge, Annual Sedge, Globe Sedge
On average we come out 5 times a year: April, May, June, July and September. We also offer monthly bed treatments in some areas.
We keep quite a few different products on our shelves, but some of the ones we use most often include:
Mirimichi Green Pro: OMRI Certified (Organic Material Review Institute) non-selective
Avenger: Organic herbicide made from citrus oil
Makaze: Agricultural non-selective with Leci-tech technology which penetrates the lead surface enabling greater uptake and kill. (Not organic)
Finalsans: Herbicidal soap made from fatty acids. (Organic)
We recommend staying off at least until dry (30 minutes). This will allow the product to work its way into the plant and be absorbed with being disturbed.
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*Aeration is a state of the art Liquid Aeration which eliminates the need for mechanical aeration. Loosens soil deeply and improves air and water penetration.