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Caring for your Lawn

Watering: AlI lawns require watering particularly during the warmer summer months. Water frequently preferably early morning and later evening when sunlight cannot cause excessive evaporation. Watering of your lawn may be required during the warmer, drier days in winter. Mowing: Your new...

Mowing

Mowing Management is important at any time of the year. With the onset of spring, the home owner, landscaper or green keeper should be increasing the frequency of mowing. The mowing frequency can have a significant effect on lawn density, the denser and thicker the lawn is, the less likelihood of...

Fertilising

To maintain a healthy lawn and keep your lawn looking great then regular applications of fertiliser is a must. We recommend applying a good quality lawn fertiliser with a blend of nitrogen, sulphur and potassium at every 8-10 week intervals.  Regular fertilising will ensure your...

Weed Control

Weeds will appear in your new lawn.  These come from seeds which have laid dormant in the soil or have been carried in by the wind or birds.   Your lawn will require spraying to control flat weeds and broadleaf weeds. Weed control should then take place every 8 – 10...

Watering

New Turf Lawn: Immediately after the turf is laid, water to saturation point (this is generally completed by the applicator). After which the turf must be kept moist until established, approximately 14-21 days.  During the summer months it is vital to maintain the moisture content of the...

Irrigation System

When comparing a well designed irrigation system for your lawn & garden to hand watering, irrigation wins every time.  An automatic irrigation system is more effective in coverage and cost, as well as conserving water. Why not ask us about the options of an Irrigation system that can work...