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Toadstools and Mushrooms

Toadstools and Mushrooms

7th Sep 2021 Diseases

Although you may associate mushrooms with woodlands and wild grass areas, there are many species of mushrooms and toadstools that will potentially grow in your...

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Fusarium Patch Disease

Fusarium Patch Disease

What is Fusarium Patch? Fusarium Patch is a disease caused by the Microdochium Nivale fungus, which is naturally present in most lawns. In the right...

9th Aug 2021 Diseases
Dealing With Chafer Grubs in Your Lawn

Dealing With Chafer Grubs in Your Lawn

Although it is not always easy to tell, your garden provides a home to many forms of life, including fungi, insects, and small animals. Your...

2nd Aug 2021 Diseases
The Benefits of Fertilising Your Lawn

The Benefits of Fertilising Your Lawn

In order to stay fit, strong, and healthy, we feed our body the nutrients it needs to thrive. The same should apply if we want...

5th Apr 2021 Feeding
Different types of grasses and the ones you want in your lawn

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

What is the best grass seed for your lawn? As different types of grass have different characteristics, the best choice of grass seed for your...

5th Apr 2021 Diseases
Worm casts ruining you lawn?

Worm casts ruining you lawn?

When worms are active in the superficial layer of the soil, especially in the wetter seasons, you may notice small piles of dirt appear on...

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
All About Lawn Thatch

All About Lawn Thatch

Keeping your lawn in top form involves some simple but consistent care practices. The removal of thatch is an important part of good lawn maintenance....

31st Mar 2021 Scarification
How to Stripe Your Lawn

How to Stripe Your Lawn

Striped and patterned lawns can be truly impressive. With a bit of care and the right lawn mower, they are easier to obtain than you...

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?

Watering your newly laid turf correctly is the most important thing you can do to ensure that it takes hold properly. In this blog, we...

31st Mar 2021 Watering
Dealing with red thread

Dealing with red thread

Why is my lawn turning red? Patches of red lawn, commonly known as red thread, are caused by the fungus Laetisaria fuciformis which attacks the...

31st Mar 2021 Diseases
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