Broomfield, CO is known for being home to some of the top tech companies. The 1stBank Center holds great concerts, conventions, and community events. And with plenty of nearby open spaces you can enjoy hiking, cycling, and fresh air. Then stop by one of the local breweries to wind down. Organo-Lawn offers Broomfield lawn care services and tree care services. The Emerald Ash Borer was found in 2019 in Broomfield. So if you have an ash tree important to your landscape we would suggest to treat it using Tree-Age.
Proper Lawn Watering in Broomfield, Colorado
There are many properties in Broomfield that are large and beautiful leaving plenty of space for your children and pets to play and make memories. Most people think that to keep a large lawn green means this requires an even larger water bill. At Organo-Lawn we can save on water and still help you achieve a great looking lawn. The first step is to promote deep digging grass roots by following the 1-2-3-2-1 water technique. We also offer a product called Rain Maker, which is a water retention polymer that can help you reduce your lawn watering by up to 33%. This product typically lasts about 1-2 years.
Broomfield is a wonderful community in Colorado that Organo-Lawn has been providing lawn care services in since 2004. Since then we have performed many organic weed control services on many different residential and commercial customer’s lawns. Broomfield, CO is one of the quaintest communities in the Front Range of Colorado and we are happy provide professional lawn care services for the residents of Broomfield. Organo-Lawn has been providing expert lawn care and tree care services using environmentally friendly products since 1997.
We love being able to provide services that are pet and child friendly. Below are just a few of the Broomfield neighborhoods that we serve:
- Broomfield County Commons
- Broomfield Heights
- Greenway Park
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FAQ – Colorado Lawn Care
When do spider mites cause the most damage to lawns in Broomfield, Colorado?
Typically spider mites/clover mites do damage between the winter months of December and March. Spider mites in a lawn are most active in the winter months during extended periods of little to no snow. Spider mites do not like moisture and they will avoid areas that have adequate moisture. Spider mite activity is typically not a major problem and can be easily stopped by hand watering the lawn during warm days in the winter.
In the Broomfield area lawn mites are usually found on the south facing sides of buildings, rock beds, sun exposed slopes and conifer trees. The mites often take shelter in pine trees and buildings during cold and wet weather. Mites tend to do the most damage to grass on south facing slopes with the peak damage occurring during February and March. Typically the damage is not discovered until after the lawn begins to green-up in the spring.