Now that Easter is fast approaching it is a great time to be spending extra time in your gardens fertilising your lawn and getting them in tip top shape by Easter.The days are a little cooler but there is still enough warmth in the ground for the fertiliser to do its job and to ensure […]
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Autumn is here and and now is a great time to order your new lawn and to maintain your established lawns.Now that the heat of summer has past and the early fresh mornings are here it is much easier to establish your new turf as it requires less watering.We suggest you fertilise your established lawns […]
I have always thought that a new lawn adds a lot of value to your home but now I know its a fact…. I came across this article from the Herald Sun yesterday and it just confirmed what I had always thought…. It read: Most Aussies want real grass in their backyard and most Australians […]
A great idea when you are thinking of purchasing a new lawn for the first time is to make up a garden plan on a piece of graph paper.It does not have to look professional as long as it is to scale and it makes sense to you. Some things to consider when planning your […]
There has been a lot of rainfall over the month of January which has made every ones lawns thrive. We have recorded over 100ml of rain on our farms. If your lawn is lacking colour it would be a good idea to fertlise your lawn at this time while it is raining. Make sure you […]
This is a picture of Troy on the Brouwer (Turf Cutter) stacking a load of kikuyu turf. The machine cuts up the turf then it is rolled up by the machine and all we have to do is stack it onto the pallet.
In this picture you can see we have a fully grown paddock of Kings Pride that we are cutting from at the moment. You can see how it has been freshly cut and we have left the strips behind.
This is a full shot of the turf planter, turf roller and also how we must not let the ground dry out so we already have the water lines watering the freshly planted turf.
Here is another picture of the turf being planted into the ground. You can see another tractor behind that has a roller attached to it. We go over the ground with a roller to get rid of all the lumps and bumps so when it comes time to cut it the machine does not struggle. […]
This picture shows how when we cut the Kings Pride Buffalo we leave little strips behind so the turf comes back quicker for the next harvest. If we did not leave these strips behind the turf would not grow back. With other varieties like Kikuyu and couch we do not have to leave the strips […]
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