Howdy folks, I'm not trying to a wiseguy or P/O anybody, nor start a fight. But I see, LC companies bragging they are organic and they use 5% chicken manure and 95% chemical fert. Granular. I see people writing about microbial activity and not once have I seen anybody writing about Mycorrhiza. I started study Mycorrhiza about 25 years ago, and to be honest it didn't hake any difference if you use organic or chemical fert., but if your Mycorrhiza levels are low your grass will never take in the N-P-K values or micro nutrients. So I dug into the root zone to check for mycorrhiza. Have You? If you want to go back to basic chemistry anything that is Carbon based is organic. Such as Nitroform. But to answer any questions, I have run a Lawn care and tree care business. Growing fescue in the transition zone (big pain in the butt in the Charlotte area) Very hot, humid, but very dry all at the same time. Most fescue will die w/o irrigation, any warm season grass will thrive and becomes a weed. When the smoke clears, I don't see any benefit from organic lawn care. I do think there is a clear market for people who will pay extra for an organic program to create their personal green peace while they drive their prius to starbucks. Anybody have other thoughts?