Lawn Pesticide Programs in Westchester County NY & Fairfield County CT


Organic Lawn Care with Organic Weed Control and Fertilizers

North Castle Landscaping & Tree Service Inc. is the expert in the field of maintaining plant health care. Most urban landscapes are actually artificial environments created by man. We have taken plants from their natural environments and placed them in the desired environment that may not be totally compatible with your plant's needs. This causes many of your plants to be subject to both natural and unnatural environmental stressors. Our arborists and horticulturalists are trained in identifying and diagnosing horticultural diseases and deficiencies. Our Integrated Pest Management program establishes a long-term relationship with the homeowner, or landscape professional to satisfy their individual needs. We will design a program specifically for your landscape to improve growing conditions by applying environmentally friendly treatments.
By proper plant identification along with proper diagnosis of disease, insects and nutrient deficiencies of plants, North Castle Landscaping & Tree Service Inc. can make the difference in the health of your landscape. It is important to realize that any successful sustainable plant health care program will include the cultural practices of pruning, watering, mulching and sanitation. These practices are vital to the health and development of your landscape.
Organic lawn care programs begin with soil tests. Then by designing a program of balanced organic fertilizers with natural slow release nutrient sources that encourage spring green up and controlled growth of your lawn while reducing disease development. Weeds in your lawn can be crowded out by ... Read more
 
 

Lawn Treatment Programs

A pesticide is any substance or mixture of substances intended for preventing, destroying, repelling or mitigating any pest. All pesticides are regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). However, multicellular animals used to control insect pests are not regulated by EPA as pesticides/insecticides.