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Seeding after moss removal

Over-seeding after moss removal After you have killed and removed moss from your lawn the final process is over-seeding – introducing new, healthy grass plants to in-fill the gaps left by the moss that’s been removed, creating a stronger, healthier lawn that’s more capable of dealing with the challenges nature throws at it. Scarification creates […]

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Killing and removing lawn moss

Killing and removing moss If you already have moss in your lawn this can be treated. Some people try this themselves with lawn-sand but the results can be hit and miss with the grass often being killed at the same time as the moss. Far better is a liquid treatment combined with a wetting agent […]

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Don’t walk on frozen grass

Ground Frost A ground frost is the formation of ice on the ground itself. Or on other objects such as trees. This is because their surfaces have a temperature below the freezing point of water. Sometimes, when the ground cools quicker than the air, a ground frost will occur without there being air frost. Grass Frost A grass frost can […]

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Winter wonderland lawns

Winter can be tough on a lawn. Low light levels and freezing temperatures stop grass growing. Waterlogging can cause grass plants to die and moss growth increases. Autumn leaf fall can kill patches of grass creating bare areas. Compaction, drainage and top-dressing Regular foot traffic over your lawn will compact the soil structure, resulting in […]

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Lawn moss problems

According to Don McLean’s 70’s classic, American Pie, ‘moss grows fat on a rolling stone’. According to my experience, moss grows fat on a winter lawn. Many suffer moss growth in their lawns. It’s easy to spot, lush and green amongst the grass. Thriving as it smothers its less vigorous winter bed partner. The good […]

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Fertiliser recommendations for your lawn

Keeping Your Lawn Fed: Lawns are hungry feeders; let’s take a look at what lawn fertiliser they need to remain healthy throughout the year. Tom Jones may well have sung about the green green grass of home, far too few gardeners understand what goes into the perfect lawn. Most think it is okay to pick […]

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Feelin’ hot hot hot

It’s thirsty work for a lawn during the summer; let’s look at the problems and how we can help. It may be raining men in Aretha Franklyn’s world, but that masculine precipitation is of no use whatsoever to your dry lawn, as it struggles to cope with soring temperatures and long periods without water. You […]

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