• Herbicides & Fertilizers

    Herbicides & Fertilizers

    I am constantly asked what fertilizers and herbicides we use it seems many think its simple. But the answer is always the same we use lots of different types selecting the correct granular or liquid product that has the correct active ingredient in the correct form to correct the problem in question applied at the

  • Healthy Soil – Fertilizer salt

    Healthy Soil – Fertilizer salt

    I thought i would briefly look at fertilizer applications with high salt indices and the affect on microbiology and why i try to reduce salt indices. Its a subject of choice many lawn companies may not pay any mind to but may help you better understand why we do what we do. Salts are soluble compounds

  • Microbes In Your Lawn
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    Microbes In Your Lawn

    I spent some time with a very skilled microbiologist who tought me to use a microscope primarily to analyse and brew compost teas teeming with micro organisms to apply to lawns. I came away with a better understanding than i had and made some major changes to my ways of working. So i thought id share

  • Moss in Spring

    Moss in Spring

    Given the cold weather we are experiencing it seemed fitting to put together some advice on what we can do in turf to help you better manage your lawn through a cold spring start. We have been asked continually to deal with moss but must wait for the frost to go first before we can treat the

  • Heat Stress in lawns
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    Heat Stress in lawns

    Given the hot weather we are experiencing it seemed fitting to put together some advice on heat stress in turf to help you better manage your lawn through the summer. When turf becomes stressed or any plant for that matter it begins to shed its leaves particularly in drought conditions to conserve moisture. So its

  • Bio Stimulants
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    Bio Stimulants

    A lawn treatment or a lawn feed helps to keep your grass in great condition by providing major elements such as nitrogen, phosphate and potassium. But when your thatch levels are increasing it gives moss and disease a habitat to grow and establish in. A way to better manage your thatch development and overall health of

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