Lawn Care Tips

Lawn Green – More Lawn Care Tips (as heard on the 2UE Gardening Show on the 8th January, 2005)

With good lawnmowing technique you prevent and minimise lawn thatch buildup. Lawn thatch is dead plant material buildup, and is a breeding ground for disease, fungus and pest insects. By using a cylinder mower you automatically prevent thatch buildup. With a rotary mower it is important to mow the lawn in one direction one week, then in the opposite direction the next ... [Continue Reading]

Lawn Green Lawn Aeration using Lawn Coring and Lawn Aerators

Why Lawn Coring or Lawn Aeration? Soils with a high percentage of clay become very hard and compacted. This makes it difficult for water, fertilizer, air and grass roots to penetrate into the soil. Compaction also contributes to buildup of thatch. Lawn aeration (also known as core cultivation, lawn coring or plugging) is a process in which a machine pulls small plugs of soil about the size your ... [Continue Reading]

5 great tips for Lawn Lovers!

You can have a beautiful lush green (and weed free) lawn if you follow 5 basic but very important tips!! Regular fertilising and weed control of lawn areas To make it harder for lawn weeds to spread and proliferate, it is desirable to mow the lawn at a height of around 30mm (generally for most turf grasses including kikuyu, couch and buffalo – and for durban at a ... [Continue Reading]

Want to save money on your water bill?

We bet you are paying too much for your water! You are if you are not using it properly and wisely! Many people make the mistake of watering their lawns every day for 5 minutes. Did you know that by doing this you could be killing your lawn with kindness? The worst thing you can do for your lawn is to water frequently and for short periods! A healthy turf grass ... [Continue Reading]

Lawn Green Lawn Care and Dog Rocks (Urine)

Lawn Green supports Dog Rocks as the bullet proof way of putting an end to those awful burnt patches in your lawn caused by your pet dog's urine. DOG ROCKS! Prevent urine burn patches in your lawn. Dog Rocks are an all Australian natural product that are safe for all of your pets, young and old. Dog Rocks will start improving your lawn within 5 weeks. Dog Rocks need to be replaced every 2 ... [Continue Reading]

Dog Rocks Side Effects on Lawn and Turf Grass Areas

Dog Rocks Side Effects - what side effects are there on your children, pets and plants? Dog Rocks are an Australian invention marketed throughout the world as a bullet proof way of putting to an end all those awful burnt and dead patches in your lawn caused by your pet dog's urine. So, what are the side effects of using Dog Rocks to combat those nasty burnt and dead patches in your lawn? ... [Continue Reading]