Lawn Problems

Dead Patches In Your Lawn – Lawn Green Lawn Care

You would normally enjoy a lawn that is Lush and Green all year round. Unfortunately, nature can have other things in mind like dead patches in the lawn rather than a Lush Green Lawn. Dead Patches in the Lawn could be a result of any of the following: dead patches in your turfgrass could be a result of curl grub. Lawn Damage by Curl Grub is a result of the feeding and ... [Continue Reading]

Common Lawn Problems (and Solutions) Faced By Homeowners

In the course of our business of Weed and Feed Lawn Care, we get to see many lawn and turf situations. Not surprisingly, we also get to see many frustrated home owners who just cannot get it right with there lawn. This frustration stems from some of the following lawn situations: dying or dead lawn areas under or adjacent to pine trees, conifers and river she ... [Continue Reading]

Can you save my lawn?

We have had people desperately asking us, "Can you save my lawn?". Did you know that for a fraction of the cost of replacing turf, you can nurture your old lawn back to SCG or Wembley Stadium standards? That's right, and it can be achieved in the matter of weeks depending on the time of year. Great lawn care contractors will be able to eliminate and control weeds in various turf situations such ... [Continue Reading]

Don Burke read this…You Can Control Broadleaf Weeds In Buffalo Lawns, Grass And Turf -especially Broadleaf Weed Control in Sir Walter and Palmetto Buffalo Lawns

Don Burke read this. . .you can control weeds in buffalo lawns (including Sir Walter and Palmetto Buffalo)! That's right, you can control the likes of wintergrass, dandelions, clover, oxalis and other broadleaf weeds in buffalo (or the American equivalent being St Augustine) lawn turf grass. If I "got a dollar" for every time somebody said they could not control weeds in their buffalo lawn grass, ... [Continue Reading]

Why does grass loose its colour in winter?

Australian lawns and turf grasses loose their colour when the winter sun drops lower in the sky. With less sunlight energy your grass produces less chlorophyl, hence there is less photosynthesising going on, and so your lawn stops growing (as much as in summer) and loses its colour. A good tip is to mow your lawn higher over winter: the greater surface area of lawn leaves ... [Continue Reading]

How To Control Wintergrass (Winter Grass) In Your Own Lawn

...kill wintergrass! Public enemy Number 1 of lawn lovers! A profuse seeder! This opportunistic little weed thrives in all turf grass areas, and invades turfgrasses without too much effort.  Wintergrass germinates in early autumn, and remains a real problem "lawn weed" for winter, spring and for some of summer depending on how much moisture is about. In spite of all the above, wintergrass can ... [Continue Reading]

Lawn Green Lawn Care – Weed Control Without Spraying or Using Herbicide Sprays

. . . don't you hate spray-drifting lawn chemicals . . . Lawn Green has developed the DRY Lawn Care method using totally DRY (and solid) granular products from fertilisers, insect control agents and to including herbicides. This is really innovative as we have just about eliminated any need for spraying applications. The success of Lawn Green's DRY Lawn Care method is achieved ... [Continue Reading]

How To Get Rid Of Bindii, Clover, Oxalis, Dandelions, Wintergrass and All Weeds

"Ouch!" Everyone I know dreads the cry of their little children after they walk through a patch of bindii. Did you know that bindii seeds are already germinating in your lawn right now? However, you can take affirmative action now to see that you never have a problem with bindii, or for that matter any other winter or broadleaf weed. By acting now you can take your lawn into ... [Continue Reading]

Army Worms and Lawn Grubs

Can you hear the drum beats of the army worms? They are on their way to a lawn near you, or maybe even to your lawn. So what do you do when they arrive? The first sign of army worms is the devastating damage they do to your lawn. In effect they eat the leaf of your lawn to the stem. Overall, it would appear your lawn has been badly scalped by a lawn mower. The trick in reviving your lawn is to ... [Continue Reading]

Lawn Green Lawn Care – What Is A Weed?

Generally, the term "weed" is used to describe any plant that is unwanted and grows or spreads aggressively. The term "exotic weed" describes an invasive unwanted non-native plant. Terms such as invasive weed or noxious weed are used somewhat interchangeably to refer to weeds that infest large areas or cause economic and ecological damage to an area. The term "noxious" weed has legal ramifications ... [Continue Reading]