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Keeping Your Lawn Looking good Through Summer

The summer months can be stressful and damaging to your lawn, however, with a bit of planning and know-how, you can keep your lawn looking good through summer and have time to enjoy it too.

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Other uses for Lawn Clippings

Especially during the warmer months or growing phase for your lawn, you might wonder if there are any other uses for lawn clippings other than popping them in the green bin. Good news; there’s quite a few uses for the clippings from mowing.  

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How to get stripes in your lawn for Boxing Day

Whether it’s backyard cricket or just to impress, you can get professional looking stripes on your lawn for Boxing Day and here’s how.

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Caring for Your Lawn when adding Outside Christmas Decorations

It’s almost Christmas time and you want to put up some outside Christmas decorations on your lawn? Some light displays or maybe an inflatable reindeer or two? Now, while the Christmas decorations won’t case specific harm to your lawn, you should follow a few guidelines to ensure there’s no lasting damage.

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Christmas Gift Ideas for your Fanatical Lawn Lover

Looking for the perfect gift for the fanatical lawn lover in your life? Something that will not only be appreciated but used? Look no further than the Daleys Turf Christmas gift ideas for 2018.  

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Summer Lawn Care

While summer typically means a chance for Queenslanders to relax and unwind, it can be a highly stressful time of year for your lawn. How your lawn handles this season is all about what you do before and after summer.   Preparing now will determine the overall health and appearance of your lawn when the […]

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Lawn care during Drought

Most lawns across Australia will suffer from drought at one time or another. The good news is that most turf varieties available today are designed to be drought resistant. With a little bit of care your lawn will outlast the drought and return to its pre-drought condition relatively easily.

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Making Your Yard and Lawn Pet Friendly

Making your yard and lawn friendly for both humans and your pets really isn’t difficult – it just takes a bit of thought and planning.

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