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 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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