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Lawn Health

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RECOMMENDED FREQUENCY

 SPRING  Fortnightly
 SUMMER  Monthly

 AUTUMN  Fortnightly

 WINTER  Monthly

 

SERVICE BUNDLE 
For best results we recommend the following services at the same frequency:
 


 LAWN MOWING 
 WEEDING 

 LEAF BLOWING 

FERTILISATION

To keep your lawn green, growing and looking its best, a consistent program of fertilisation is essential. Regular fertilisation will lead to a thicker, healthier lawn that reduces erosion, filters pollutants, provides natural cooling and cleans the air. Plus, your lawn will be less likely to suffer from weed, insect and disease problems when it’s fertilised on a regular basis. And perhaps best of all, your lawn will need less water when it gets the nutrients it needs throughout the year.
 

CORE AERATION


The primary reason we need to undertake aeration, core aeration in particular, is to alleviate issues related to compaction. Compaction is a common problem affecting lawn health and can be caused by many factors including; regular foot traffic, driving on your lawn, sport activities and general use of your lawn. What compaction does is prevent oxygen, nutrient and water from being able to penetrate properly to the roots of your lawn, which in turn leads to poor lawn health. Core aeration is a great way to alleviate these compaction issues and your lawn will thank you for letting it breathe again.

OVERSEEDING

Following up aeration with overseeding is a great way to thicken up a thin lawn or add a hardier, more drought-resistant grass variety to your property. Good seed-to-soil contact is essential for seeding success, and the new grass seed will have an easier time growing in the holes left behind by aeration.

TOP DRESSING

Top Dressing brings many benefits to a lawn that is looking lacklustre, including helping to reduce the accumulation of dead grass clippings, known as ‘thatch’. It can also be used to smooth the surface of the lawn, and if used following seeding or overseeding, aid in protecting the developing grass during the establishment process. Top Dressing also increases nutrient retention, improves drainage and increases disease and pest resistance.

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