Pure Prairie Organics is proud to offer a wide variety of lawn care services in both organic and traditional methods. Our most popular service is our Organic Based Blended Program, which features about 64% of organic materials; with the rest made up of traditional material. Our clients gravitate towards the Organic Based Blended program because it targets weeds while still keeping the health of the environment in mind.
For those who prefer entirely organic products to be used on their property, head over to our service pages to check out our Organic/Natural program by clicking on the services tab at the top of the screen.
Pure Prairie Organics additionally offers organic and traditional methods of pest control (including fleas, ticks, grubs, ants, and mosquitoes), tree and shrub care, as well as core aeration and seeding.
If you're looking for excellent quality, mostly organic fertilization program but still want the benefits of broadleaf weed and crabgrass control, this is the program for you!
Looking for organic lawn care that will help your lawn look its best? Wondering how to create a healthy place to hang out with your family and pets? We've developed a lawn care program that will make you and your lawn the envy of the neighborhood!
If you are looking for grub control, mosquito, flea, tick, or ant control, you're in luck! Pure Prairie Organics is proud to offer these services in both traditional and organic methods!
When you are struggling to reach that really full, picturesque look for your lawn, core aeration and seeding may be something you need in your future!
Our organic liquid kelp fertilizer will allow your trees and shrubs to thrive all year round!
June 21, 2021
The worst part of an Illinois summer is being able to ditch your jackets and scarves just to realize you want to cover up again to protect yourself from mosquito bites. With these natural remedies, you can kick back, relax, and pop open a beer knowing that you are safe when it comes to mosquito repellant methods that you can create at home.
May 17, 2021
Since we are finally in spring, we can start to think about preparing our lawns for the warmer weather. When we begin to irrigate, fertilize, and mow, there is a chance we might notice our lawns are still not doing great. But why could that be? There isn't anything else you can think of! That's where aeration and overseeding come in. It's time to check for compacted soil and create a better way for your turf to heal from the harsh effects of excessive snowfall.
April 12, 2021
There are many things you can do to get your lawn ready for spring from aeration to making sure your mower is set correctly for your lawn. Here are a few helpful tips to get you started.