lawn care myths

5 Lawn Care Myths Busted

5 Lawn Care Myths Busted

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Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show

Lawn Solutions Australia at the Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show

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Watering your lawn

Handy Hint – Watering your lawn: Summer is the peak growing period for most Australian lawn types – Infrequent deep-watering is better for your lawn than frequent shallow-watering, read this handy article to understand why

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Handy Mower Knowledge….

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Installing a new lawn in winter

     

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Pets and your lawn

Some lawn varieties might look great but can they handle the action from some family pets? Wear and tear, digging, urine burn and faeces are common problems, and sensitive lawns just can’t handle it, especially with large dogs. So choosing a pet friendly and tolerant variety will make life easy for all concerned. Just like humans, […]

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Handy Hint:

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Fun activity for a beautiful winters day

  Fun activities for the cooler months #1 – DIY Pirate Ship You’ll need: Cardboard boxes, paint, masking tape (and plenty of imagination!) 🙂

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Lest We Forget

  Anzac Day, 25 April, is one of Australia’s most important national occasions. It marks the anniversary of the first major military action fought by Australian and New Zealand forces during the First World War. Australians recognise 25 April as a day of national remembrance, which takes two forms. Commemorative services are held across the […]

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Season for Army worm infestation.

his is picture that I have taken this morning of how army worm can destroy a lawn quickly. If you put your fingers down into the root system it will not take you long to find the army worm that has done the damage.This what the army worm looks like: Army worms or sod web […]

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