Chafer Grub and Leatherjacket management in domestic lawns.
Issues relating to lawn damage from populations of these damaging grubs seem to be increasing and this article sets out to understand the environmental factors influencing this and what might be done to control the problems. Lawn conditions that encourage or support grass eating grubs Moss and Thatch: It is considered that mossy lawns or […]
Why Winter Lawn Treatments are Essential.
Winter lawncare is often overlooked, but it is crucial in ensuring the health and longevity of your lawn. Winter lawn treatments not only protect your grass from the harsh cold weather but also prepare it for a lush and healthy growth in the spring. In this article, we look at the importance of winter lawn […]
Compaction – it’s a hard life
The importance of air gaps within your soil Our lawns get a lot of foot traffic. We are out there barbecuing, kicking a ball around, playing with the dog or pegging out the laundry. Over time this foot traffic can compact the soil beneath your lawn, gradually reducing the air gaps which are essential to […]
Complete Guide to Lawn Leaf Care
Those wonderful autumn colours soon become a lawn nuisance. Let’s take a look at falling leaves lawn care and the troubles caused by leaves on your lawn. As the summer fades so do the leaves on deciduous trees – that’s trees that aren’t evergreens and lose their leaves every autumn. The tree begins to extract […]
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 […]