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 Services

Our Guarantee
We have the best customer service and staff that you can find. We use the best products on the market and will do our best to make you happy, guaranteed! If you are unhappy with your service, we will do whatever it takes to correct it or we will refund you. 

     - Owner, Robert AhPing  

 
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Lawn Fertilization

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Plant Fertilization

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Noxious Weed Control

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Bed Weed Control

 
 
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Our team has spent years pursuing the right balance of local fertilizers, humates, micronutrients, iron, and homemade compost tea to mix the perfect blend of soil food needed for Northern Utah. After having tested 50+ products and dozens of application methods, we believe that our eco-friendly hybrid program of conventional and all-natural products is the best thing you can do for the long-term health of your lawn and for the environment.

 
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Microorganisms are the building blocks of your lawn. It’s important to protect them and give them an environment in which they can thrive. Although synthetic fertilizers make your lawn green in the short-term, they strip the soil of life and pollute our waterways in the long-term. In contrast, microorganisms act as natural fertilizer for your lawn and build a defense mechanism against harmful fungi, pests, and heat stress. The cycle of life strenghtens as you gradually reduce dependence on pesticides, fungicides, and other chemicals.

1 Acre of good soil contains: 
2-3 million earthworms, 133 pounds of protozoa, 900 pounds of earthworms, 900 pounds of arthropods, 900 pounds of algae, 2,000 pounds of bacteria, and 2,400 lbs. of fungi.

By working with nature and boosting the health of these organisms, Eco Lawn can help you get a beautiful lawn, all while reducing the amount of fertilizer that pollutes Utah's rivers and streams. 

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