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Kikuyu Grass Care In Summer – Lawn Care Tips

Kikuyu Grass Care – Summer is just around the corner and it’s good to have a plan for your Summer Lawn Care. A few tips for Summer going forward: Mow lawn regularly, that is, every week Mow with a catcher always, never mulch Fertilise lightly with a slow release lawn fertiliser. Lightly so you aren’t…

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Kikuyu Maintenance And Lawn Care

Kikuyu Maintenance And Lawn Care –  Kikiuyu is the unsung hero of all lawns (if looked after correctly). The lawn below is our lawn at The Ponderosa here in Cherrybrook NSW. Always the poor cousin of Couch, Buffalo and Zoysia grasses, however, if Kikuyu is treated well it looks like a Star! Kikuyu Maintenance And…

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Matilda Buffalo Lawn – Tips To Look After Your Lawn

  Matilda Buffalo Lawn – This Matilda Buffalo lawn is going quite well for the middle of Winter here in the Hills suburb of Cherrybrook.                                 Matilda, like Sir Walter and Sapphire, is a good Australian Buffalo variety which can…

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Greener Lawn Looking Its Best For Cremorne Client

Greener Lawn looking its best here in Cremorne (Lower North Shore of Sydney). We have been looking after this Buffalo Green Lawn for around 18 months and it is ticking all the boxes.       Random Fact: Did you know that around 75% of all (greener lawn) turf sold is Buffalo Grass? The Aussie…

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Buffalo Lawn Care Sydney – For Greener Weed Free Lawns

Buffalo Lawn Care Sydney – How To Get The Best Out Of Your Buffalo Lawn! There are around 10 different Aussie Buffalo grass varieties sold in Australia and I cannot find fault with any of them. However, the American ST Buffalo varieties introduced back in the 80s, well that’s a different story. The ST varieties,…

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Buffalo Grass Care – Harvesting Buffalo Grass – Windsor

Buffalo Grass Care – Ever wondered why they leave a 3 inch strip of Grass behind when they’re harvesting Buffalo Grass at the turf farms out at Windsor NSW on the river flats? All is answered in today’s video taken out at Freemans Reach on the Hawkesbury River west of Sydney NSW. As Buffalo Grass…

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Buffalo Lawn Care Protocol – Greener Weed Free Lawns

Buffalo Lawn Care Protocol – We started work on this Buffalo Lawn (Stenotaphrum secundatum) in Glenhaven, NSW, around October 2020. Initially, we were faced with a struggling buffalo lawn that was infested with lots of weeds and bare patches. After the initial Tender Loving Care the lawn has bounced back to being a thriving, thick, dense…

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Lawn Care Company – Best Lawn Service In Australia

Lawn Care Company – Here are some pics of the Best Lawn In Australia!       Like all sporting fields on the Mainland of Australia, the playing surface grass is usually couch grass (Cynodon dactylon) or kikuyu grass (Pennisetum clandestinum). In the case of The SCG (Sydney Cricket Ground), the summer playing surface is…

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ST91 Buffalo Grass – ST Buffalo Varieties Are Bad

ST91 Buffalo – WARNING: don’t use ST91 Buffalo as it is rubbish – it is not 91% shade resistant as the screenshot shows, the number “91” refers to a numbering system of these ST varieties, another problem is they die after spraying with broadleaf weeder.   ST91 Buffalo, or ST91 St Augustine grass as it is known in…

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Sapphire Buffalo in Longueville Sydney NSW

Sapphire Buffalo lawn looking a treat with Sydney Harbour background here in Longueville, NSW.             In general terms, there are two (2) main categories of landscape turf grasses which are Cool Season grasses and Warm Season Grasses. Cool Season Grasses include rye and fescue. These grasses are propagated by seed…