All About Our Hybrid Organic Lawn Care Program

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Our Hybrid Organic Lawn Care Program is Kid Safe, Pet Safe, Earth Safe

Safe lawn care is something we are all concerned about. We want to know that our lawns are safe for our children and our pets. We also want to make sure that what we put on our lawns is not harming the earth. At the same time, we all still want the American dream of a lush, green yard.

Organic Lawn Care ProgramOur Hybrid Organic Lawn Care Program introduces a 100% organic bio-nutrient plant probiotic that balances the soil’s ecosystem, building strong roots and growing healthier, more resilient plants. By improving the soil the grass grows in, the lawn will naturally be stronger and healthier.

Instead of lots of chemicals, our program uses an abundant and diverse list of beneficial microorganisms, microbial food sources, and organic additives that turn a small amount of fertilizer into the most effective plant treatment available. By using these bio-nutrients, we can reduce your inputs by up to 75%.

Beneficial microorganisms, microbial food sources, and organic additives mean fewer pesticides to be concerned with for your children and pets, and less nutrients to run-off and pollute our streams, rivers and the Chesapeake Bay. This program is a huge step towards having a beautiful lawn and making sure it is safe.

Our Hybrid Organic Lawn Care Program includes 6 applications throughout the year. Each is timed to give the greatest benefit to our customer’s lawns.

Other Organic Services To Enhance Your Landscape

We have added a set of organic and safe services to our company that are designed to not only improve your landscape, but also improve the time you spend in your landscape.

Core Aerate And Overseed

This is one of the most important things one can do to improve their lawn. Core aerate opens the soil for air and water movement. Overseeding helps to thicken up the lawn. This is generally completed in the fall with results visible in the spring.

Deer DeFence

We all know how damaging deer can be to our landscape plants. We apply an organic mixture of herbs around at risk plants that deer do not want to go near. Applications are done once per month all year long. It really works!

Mosquito and Tick Control

What is the point of having a beautiful landscape if you are getting all bit up and can’t use it. Worse, the danger of diseases from ticks and mosquitoes. Our program mists cedar oil over your lawn and landscape during the warmer seasons killing pesky insects and their eggs but not harming beneficial insects.

Expanded Tree & Shrub Care

Six organic based applications designed to improve microbial activity, root development, flowering potential, prevent insect and disease damage and improve the overall health and vigor of your plants. Applications are made to foundation garden plants of your landscape. Applications are available for other garden areas at an additional charge.

Organic Preventative Grub Control

Grubs can destroy years of hard work on a lawn in a matter of weeks by eating the grass roots. Our organic application is made in mid-summer when the grubs come closer to the surface to feed.

At Allentuck Landscaping Co., our mission is to create beautiful environments for people to enjoy. We see landscaping as a way to improve people’s lives.

To find out more about any our services, give us a call at 301-515-1900, or fill out the contact form on this page.

Remember, Allentuck Landscaping Company is always here to help you design, install, construct and maintain you lawn and landscape. Give us a call!


Allentuck Landscaping Company
 is Your Residential Landscape Company

Phone: 301-515-1900 Email: info@allentucklandscaping.com

At Allentuck Landscaping Company, our mission is to create beautiful environments for people to enjoy. We see landscaping as a way to improve people’s lives.

The Allentuck Landscaping Company team has been delighting homeowners in Maryland, Washington DC and Northern Virginia for over 28 years with our turnkey approach to landscape design, installation, construction and maintenance. Most companies try to serve many types of customers at the same time; homeowners, shopping centers, office buildings and the list goes on. At Allentuck Landscaping Company, we focus on one customer, you, the homeowner. We have a singular focus on bringing you the best landscape practices, the best customer service, and the best value for your home.

Services Provide – Master Landscape Plans, Complete Maintenance Programs, Plantings, Patios, Walkways, Retaining Walls, Water Features, Outdoor Lighting, Outdoor Kitchens, Trellises & Pergolas, Irrigation Systems, Drainage Solutions, Grading & Sodding. Fire Pits & Fire Places, Spring Clean Ups, Decks, Fences

Areas Served – Chevy Chase, Bethesda, Potomac, Rockville, North Potomac, Darnestown, Gaithersburg, Germantown, Damascus, Boyds, Clarksburg, Ijamsville, Urbana, Frederick and Washington DC.

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