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Laying Turf

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Want good quality turf laid by experts to give you a healthy looking lawn? If you are landscaping a new garden or you just want to replace flower beds or tree stumps with attractive turf. If you are thinking about artificial turf – artificial grass (some people incorrectly call it Astra Turf ). Think carefully […]

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Basic tips and rules for lawn care

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Your lawn is a living thing and like all living things deteriorates as it gets older. Like a car servicing it regularly maintains its condition and can avoid big repair bills. Replacing a lawn is expensive; it is cheaper to look after what you have. To help you we have listed the following basic tips […]

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Watering, Mowing, and Looking After Your Lawn

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Watering My Lawn Lawns will begin to show signs of stress after approx one week without moisture. Lawns that require watering will start to lose their lush shiny appearance then dull before developing brown patches. Grass short of moisture also stays flat after you have walked on it. Just like a flower, grass wilts when […]

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Lawn Top Dressing Service

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Top dressing is a vital part of lawn care maintenance and can be a key factor in making critical long term improvements to the health and condition and hence the appearance of any lawn. The soil that a lawn depends on plays a major part in the development of the lawn. If you have thin […]

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Lawn Aeration and Spiking Service

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Hollow tine aeration Soil, particularly heavy clay soils has a tendency to compact. The soil particles get pushed closer together by heavy rainfall or traffic on the surface making it difficult for moisture and gases essential for grass development to flow freely back and for through the soil to the roots and surfafoot ce leading […]

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Garden Scarifying Services

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Thatch is a build up of dead organic matter laying on the soil surface. Thatch is a natural occurrence as old grass stems die and are replaced by new ones. Bacteria in the soil digest the thatch breaking it down into nutrients for other plants. In severe cases of heavy thatch the bacteria cannot digest […]

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Lawn Thatch and How to Remove It.

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Grass plants even in the healthiest and well maintained lawns die to be replaced by new grass plants. The dead stalks lie with other vegetable debris on the soil surface forming a layer of dead organic material called thatch. A small amount of thatch on the soil surface is acceptable as it will gradually decompose; […]

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Lawn and Garden Weed Control & Killing Services

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Weeds are quick to colonise any space in your lawn and quickly become a nuisance spoiling the appearance of any lawn. Off the Shelf Weed Killers do an job of combatting weeds but unless the conditions for weed colonisation and grwoth are treated they will be back! Our ‘Cheaper than DIY’ Weed Killing Service Our […]