Lawn Care Advice

Our lawn care advice articles are here to help you understand more about how to manage some of the common issues affecting lawns. If you have any lawn treatment enquiries or require any of our lawn care services, please contact us today. Click any of the lawn care advice articles below to read more.

Turf Insect Management

LeatherjacketsThe recent warm winters have seen an explosive expansion of the Crane fly “Daddy Long legs”. They can be seen in September in grassed areas looking for sites to lay their eggs. Over the winter months the eggs hatch and the resultant larvae,...

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Lawn Treatment FAQ

When can my lawn be cut after a treatment? We advise the lawn is not cut until 3 days after the lawn has been treated Do I need to water the lawn after the treatment? The moisture in the ground will help to be absorbed into the ground. In dry spells it would be...

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A mushroom, or fungus, is an organism whose body consists of root like threads. Mushrooms (sometimes referred to as toadstools) are the reproductive structures of fungi. The “fruit” of a fungus. There are many different types of fungi, all producing different...

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Fairy Rings

Fairy rings normally occur in poor light soils or quite often in an area where tree stumps have been cut down below the lawn surface and left in the soil to rot. Fungi form in the soil and develop threads that pack together very closely and eventually starve the...

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Lawn Disease Management

Sadly, lawns are susceptible to a vast array of diseases. I am trained to identify these and advise you on the best course of action, be it remedial or preventative.Fusarium PatchThe most common UK lawn disease, caused by the fungus, microdochium nivale. Cool and...

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