Earth Kind Services Enables Organic Lawns and Gardens

Earth Kind Services, in Denton, Texas, wants to enable homeowners to use organic composting for topdressing on their lawn that feeds the microbes in the soil, which release nutrients to their landscape. The soil is usually of poor quality in North Texas where builders have removed the topsoil. Adding organic matter is the best thing to do for depleted soils.

“I wanted to start a local service business that would bring a great organic alternative for landscapes,” explains Beau. I have 25 years in landscape management, and for years I owned and operated a lawn fertilizing and shrub/tree care company.”

Earth Kind uses a specialized spreader that allows for topdressing lawns more effectively than just by wheelbarrow and rake. Beau notes, “Many people want to feel good about what they put on their lawns that their kids and pets play on. Anyone that wants to have a more drought-tolerant, pest- and disease-resistant lawn would enjoy our service. It’s a great value since we deliver, spread and clean up, too.” Earth Kind Services also delivers and installs mulch and compost seeding, which helps gets new lawns established. Consulting for landscape issues is also available.

For more information, call 469-744-0281 or visit

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