1. ChoiceThe Decision is Easy
First and foremost organics work, and work very well. We create beautiful, healthy lush lawns every year without the use of chemicals. No longer do you have to wonder what is on your lawn and if you can enjoy it safely. Organics are safe, effective, affordable, and easy to use. Chemical herbicides and pesticides are quickly being banned across North America and Europe. The liability of having a toxic environment outweighs the benefits of chemical treatments. Chemical lawn care is a way of the past and just not worth the risk.
2. ValueWhat Do You Value?
Humans inherently value lawns as a safe gathering area. But it is difficult to relax and enjoy your lawn if you are concerned about the danger of chemical residues. We must value having a safe lawn over the perception of a ‘perfect lawn’— we must value a healthy environment over a sterile landscape from the use of pesticides.We must be more concerned with our future generations than the immediate gratification of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. This shift has many upsides. Most notable is the return on choosing organic alternatives.Organic lawn care supports everything with roots under your turf. In doing so, it creates healthy soil, retains water and nutrition, and reduces drainage issues, filter contaminants, cools your home, and fosters a healthy ecosystem. The health of an ecosystem is directly related to the amount biodiversity within it. The greater the biological diversity, the more resilient the ecosystem.
3. PerspectiveBe Authentically Green
Many of us are overwhelmed by the destruction happening to our oceans and natural landscapes around the world. But when we value our environment over superficial desires we can start repairing the damage we have incurred. It begins with your front yard. Weeds create valuable diversity, attracting pollinators, and infusing a splash of color that changes with the seasons. They are easy to control with organic practices and protect the soil, making a lawn less susceptible to drought and disease. Although weeds have many positive attributes, most of us still prefer to have a relatively weed free property. Natural and Organic lawn care can regenerate soil health all while suppressing weeds. The weeds lose their ecological purpose and slowly fade away over time. We’ve observed organic lawns for many years and we think that they are far more attractive than chemically enhanced lawns. Nature is not a monoculture, it is filled with random beauty and diversity. It is the many different colors of life that bring interest and beauty to our world.
4. FunctionalityHealthy Lawns, Less Hassle
Natural and organic lawn care is very similar to chemical lawn care. The Greenwise program applies the necessary amount of nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorous, to maintain premium turf. The difference is that Greenwise fertilizers are derived from natural sources and filled with micro-nutrients, and microorganisms that support healthy turf. As your soil continually degrades through chemical lawn care, you begin to see more disease, weed pressure, and drought damage. This will result in a greater need to fertilize more often and apply more and more herbicides, fungicides, and pesticides to keep this weaker lawn alive. Organics are the opposite. Organic fertilizers greatly reduce your need to apply as much fertilizer and you rarely if ever have to rely or herbicides. Your lawn continually improves and saves you money.
5. CostInvest in Your Environment
Chemical fertilizers are becoming more expensive because of the growing demand in countries such as India and China who can now afford to use chemicals on their crops. Where the sticker price may be similar organic fertilizer are much more valuable and have few if any negative side effects. The actual cost to our environment, our health care system, and to future generations of using chemical fertilizers is far greater than that of organics. Herbicides are directly linked to many forms of cancer, reproductive issues, birth defects, immune issues, and neurological issues. Chemical fertilizers in combination with our agricultural practices are degrading topsoil and drying up our fresh water aquifers. Degraded topsoil and resources exploitation have led to the demise of most cultures before us. We are only able to grow food because it is artificially feed by chemical petroleum based fertilizers. We these chemicals become too expensive for farmers there will be no viable soil to grow crops to sustain us. Along with investing your future, you will spend less money on your self-sustaining organic lawn. Long term, your monetary investment will pay off.
6. ProcessGet Efficient Results
Not all organic fertilizers are created equal. Many organics are only modestly effective because of low nutritional value. Greenwise choose very potent and dense organic ingredients resulting in a powerful fertilizer that yields good results. Organic fertilizers are sourced from recycled waste streams. Greenwise uses composted food wastes as the base of our fertilizer. This reduces waste streams that would normally end up in a landfill and recycles the nutrition back into our soils. We then combine this dense base of nutrition with biologicals, micro nutrients, minerals, and sugars that make our product very effective and unique. We stand behind our product and are consistently researching ways to improve our program.
Why choose us?
Certified and Licensed
High Class Tree & Landscaping has been successfully servicing Morris County residents since 2003. We are a licensed, insured tree service and landscaping contractor and also certified in many areas of landscape design and irrigation.
High Class Tree & Landscaping guarantees your satisfaction with our workmanship and services. If you are unsatisfied for any reason with our workmanship and notify us within (7) seven days of completion, we will return free of charge to correct the situation.
we are green
Debris removed from your job is taken back to our shop yard or other necessary facilities. We separate the debris into categories – wood, natural waste, fill dirt, reusable dirt, etc. Most of our left over material is saved and used on future jobs.