Early on, pretty much all forms of crop production could have been deemed organic because all of the chemicals, such as fertilizers and fungicides, just were not in development or available yet. However, through the years, agricultural business owners took turns into raising crops in different ways–often times using various chemical compounds to do what they thought was right to protect their crops from disease and insects or support larger growth records.
If you're planting a new lawn, choosing the right type of grass is important. If you're looking for a grass that's ideal in warm climates but can easily adapt to increased shade and fluctuating weather, St. Augustine grass may be your solution. This is ideal in more tropical environments where the weather can fluctuate significantly. Unfortunately most varieties of St. Augustine grass are sterile, so you don't find this grass grown from seed very often.