Frequently asked lawn questions. Do you know the answers?

Many of the questions we are asked about lawn relate to specific varieties of turf, however some are more general in nature, relating to lawn care and install of turf. Here we explore our most frequently asked lawn questions. Do you know the answers?  

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Seed Vs Lawn. Learn why lawn seed is a bad idea…

The popular Australian lawn varieties, such as Sir Walter DNA Certified Buffalo turf, are male sterile and can’t be grown from seed. Not even the turf farmers can grow them from seed – they must be grown from live vegetative material. Now, you could grab a packet of lawn seed from your local hardware store […]

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Battle of the bulbs! Learn how to treat onion weed in your lawn

  Onion weed or Asphodelus fistulosus, a perennial weed, can cause a few problems in lawns so it’s a great idea to learn how to treat this weed in your lawn.  

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Jealous of your neighbour’s lawn?

  Are you jealous of your neighbour’s lawn? How immaculate, how green, how healthy, how effortless it seems. There’s no big secret or conspiracy going on – your neighbour probably just knows a few key tips and tricks that ensure their lawn is the talk of the neighbourhood.

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Real vs Fake. Find out why natural grass is safer than artificial.

In the debate of real vs fake in regards to lawn much of the issues are based around safety; which is safer, for the environment and your family, natural grass or artificial grass?  

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Learn how to repair worn out patches

Worn out patches in your lawn are definitely unsightly but they can also be confusing. There’s many reasons they can occur and determining the reason will help to fix it and/or stop it happening again. Once you have identified the reason for the worn out patches you can easily learn how to repair them.  

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Winter is Coming. Secrets to a great looking lawn this Winter!

The number one secret to a great looking lawn this winter is to ensure that your lawn is as healthy as possible before the temperatures cool and the days shorten.   A beautiful winter lawn requires a bit of preparation but it’s completely doable.  

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Managing Frost. Learn how to handle lawn frost this winter…

Even here in south east Queensland, our lawns can be affected by frost – radiation frost. This is when the ambient air and the ground cools down by the loss of heat to the atmosphere – or when warm air rises and cool air near the ground drops below zero – causing frost. It most […]

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