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The benefits of fertilising your lawn

The benefits of fertilising your lawn

5th Apr 2021 Feeding

If we feed our body and mind with the correct nutrients we will remain fit, strong and healthy and can enjoy a happy and long...

Luke Taylor, Co-founder of So & Mo
Different types of grasses and the ones you want in your lawn

Different types of grasses and the ones you want in your lawn

So there are roughly about 12,000 different grass species but don't worry we're not going to cover all of those here. There are a number...

5th Apr 2021 Diseases
Worm casts ruining you lawn?

Worm casts ruining you lawn?

There are over 25 species of worms; only 3 species create worm casts. The actions of worms in the garden are beneficial; they improve microbial...

31st Mar 2021 Diseases
Scarifying a garden lawn

Scarifying a garden lawn

Lawns over time build up a layer of thatch. Thatch is a mixture of dead and decaying organic matter which lies on top of the...

31st Mar 2021 Scarification
Why do I need to aerate my lawn?

Why do I need to aerate my lawn?

It is important to aerate (spike) your lawn as this process allows water and air to move more freely in the root zone.  By creating...

31st Mar 2021 Aeration
Is thatch a bad thing?

Is thatch a bad thing?

First things first, what is thatch? Thatch is a layer of organic matter that accumulates on a lawn around the base of the grass plants....

31st Mar 2021 Scarification
How to stripe your lawn

How to stripe your lawn

Striped and patterned lawn are so impressive, with the right mower it's easy too. The trick is to get the grass blades to bend creating...

31st Mar 2021 Mowing
Mowing tips for an established garden lawn

Mowing tips for an established garden lawn

When mowing your lawn, we recommend never removing more than a third of the growth in one cut, if your lawn has grown too long...

31st Mar 2021 Mowing
How much water for my new lawn?

How much water for my new lawn?

Initially water your new lawn every day for 2 weeks paying close attention to the joins as these areas will dry out quickly and cause...

31st Mar 2021 Watering
Dealing with red thread

Dealing with red thread

Red Thread (Laetisaria fuciformis) is a common lawn disease and pretty easy to spot.You will mostly see red thread following wet and mild periods predominantly...

31st Mar 2021 Diseases
Mowing tips for a newly laid garden lawn

Mowing tips for a newly laid garden lawn

Isn't this just the same as mowing an old lawn? Not really, no. Once the new turf has established (this will take approximately 10 to...

31st Mar 2021 Mowing
All about moss

All about moss

Moss is a very common issue in lawns.  It will appear if you have shade issues of varying degrees, poor air circulation, poor drainage, compacted...

31st Mar 2021 Diseases
Why is a surfactant so good?

Why is a surfactant so good?

All of our liquid feeds include a surfactant. What does this mean? Why is it so good? Another name for a surfactant is a wetting...

31st Mar 2021 Watering
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