Tech Terra Environmental Announces Its Organic Turf Program

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An Organic Turf Program is Available From Tech Terra Environmental For the Environmentally Conscious Customers Who Demand "Green" Lawn Care.

Providers of lawn care solutions to the landscaping industry nationwide, Tech Terra Environmental is pleased to offer its Organic Turf Program to its environmentally conscious customers. In recognition of the growing demand for “green” lawn care, Tech Terra promises to design a customized program that complies with standards set by the National Organic Program (NOP), the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI), and the EPA’s minimum risk pesticides guidelines.

Tech Terra Environmental is focused on providing green solutions to lawn care providers, landscape contractors, municipalities, and schools. The company gives its customers access to natural lawn care systems and wholesale products that are simple and cost-effective. Its organic program includes an Integrated Pest Management (IPM) approach, which involves organic-based fertilizers, organic chemical pre-emergent, and minimum risk pesticides for disease and pest control, among other features. Tech Terra Environmental ensures that all of its programs are founded on an intimate knowledge of environmentally friendly lawn care.

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About Tech Terra Environmental

A provider of landscape solutions and wholesale lawn care products, Tech Terra Environmental specializes in Integrated Nutrient Management (INM) and minimum risk pesticides for turf and ornamentals. Since 2006, Tech Terra Environmental has been a leader in the green landscape industry, offering landscape professionals high-quality plant health care products, biologically active fertilizers, natural soil amendments, and minimum risk pesticides. Utilizing over 25 years of experience in the industry, Tech Terra Environmental creates a complete environmentally friendly program for lawn care providers, landscape contractors, municipalities, and schools.

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