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Should I core my lawn?

What is core aeration? Should I core my lawn?  Unlike regular aeration, where solid tines simply punch holes in the ground, core aeration removes a plug of soil from your lawn at the same time. Plug or core aerators do this by using hollow tines that puncture the surface and then pull the plugs from […]

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Do I need to use a wetting agent on my lawn?

Wetting agents are like a detergent or surfactant that attract water to the soils surface, helping it to soak in. Hydrophobic soils repel water which can lead to serious problems in the garden and lawn. For existing lawns that are hydrophobic, a wetting agent is needed. What is hydrophobic soil? Hydrophobic soils repel water and […]

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Can you over fertilise your lawn?

There are some out there who wouldn’t dream of fertilising their lawn very often or even at all, because it could lead to more mowing! But can you over fertilise your lawn? For others there’s no such thing as too much of a good thing, right? Well when it comes to our lawns some of […]

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Which Mower is best??

Are reel mowers the ‘reel’ deal? We look at Rotary vs Reel mowers Most of us use a standard rotary lawn mower. One with spinning blades rotating on a vertical axis under a cutting deck, that can be adjusted up or down depending on the height we need to cut our lawn. Rotary mowers Rotary […]

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Mow less grass – Sir Grange

Looking for a low mow grass. Turf research in recent times has focused on finding new varieties of grass that have superior characteristics beneficial to the changing environment. Two key characteristics that researchers are looking for in new turf varieties include – low maintenance through additional inputs (fertilising) and low mowing requirements. Enter Sir Grange. […]

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How To Lay New Turf

Apply a starter fertiliser to your soil Once you have a reasonable amount of underlay leveled (we recommend 100mm), apply a starter fertiliser such as Lawn Launcher, this will encourage deeper root growth and really support your lawn in the establishment phase. Start laying turf around the perimeter If you are laying your turf on a […]

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Time To Fertlise

Time to fertilise?  

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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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