Lawn Problems | Weed Control

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…

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Lawn Green’s Waterless Weed and Feed Lawn CareTM

Lawn Green is proud of its Waterless Weed and Feed Lawn Care™ system especially as it contributes to the protection and enrichment of the environment. Lawn Green has been recognised by the Greater Western Sydney business community with two (2) awards for both the Dry Lawn Care method™ and the Waterless Weed and Feed Lawn…

Turf Grass Classification

What Turf Grass is That?

Turf grasses are classified in 2 broad categories: Cool season turf grasses Warm season turf grasses Cool season turf grasses (common and botanical names) include: Perennial Rye grass – Lolium perenne Creeping bentgrass – Agrostis palustris Tall fescue – Festuca arundinacea Kentucky bluegrass – Poa pratensis Warm season turf grasses (common and botanical names) include:…

Lawn Insect Control | Lawn Problems

Lawn Green Lawn Care and Granular Insect Control Treatment

Lawn Green’s approach to insect control is consistent with its Dry Lawn Care methodTM, where (as much as possible) all products applied to your lawn are in granular (solid) form. Lawn Green’s insect control treatments are applied using a granular insect control product. Lawn Green’s insect control is bullet proof! The advantages (and benefits) of…

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Lawn Green’s Dry Lawn Care Method

Lawn Green’s Lawn Care service is characterized by its reliance on granular fertilizer (fertiliser with pre-emergent herbicide coating) and granular insecticide (granules with insecticide coating) products. Indeed, Lawn Green is focused on delivering its clients greener, weed free lawns with minimal herbicide and pesticide spraying. This new innovative service, known as the Dry Lawn Care…

Lawn Care Tips

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…