Tag: nutrients

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03

Jul

Northern Ireland has had a hosepipe ban put in place due to the drought. But what does that mean for your garden? We’re looking at how you can care for your lawn during a hosepipe ban.

15

May

Every single lawn I have ever worked with has been different to every other. So when a homeowner asks “How often should I apply lawn treatments?” I tend to be a little cautious with my answer – until I’ve learned  more about the lawn. Generally though, 5 lawn treatments per year are ideal for most[…]

03

May

This spring, I’ve been answering lots of questions about lawns for dogs. I’ve been hearing from worried dog owners who are concerned that their much loved pets are damaging their lawns. The biggest problem of all seems to be caused by dog pee on the lawn.

05

Mar

How many marks out of 10 would you give your lawn? If it’s 9 or more, well done! If not, then your lawn would benefit from an extra burst of nutrition from our organic seaweed feed to give it the wow-factor. Here’s how it works.

23

May

   Grass, it’s good for you!    It’s true, grass really is good for you

18

Dec

Scarification is a processt hat removes thatch and moss from a lawn and grass Why scarify?  The main purpose of scarification is to remove an organic material that occurs naturally just below the turf grass leaves, but above the soil layer. Scarification removes thatch and moss, allows the soil to exchange gases and helps promote[…]

6

03

Jul

Northern Ireland has had a hosepipe ban put in place due to the drought. But what does that mean for your garden? We’re looking at how you can care for your lawn during a hosepipe ban.

15

May

Every single lawn I have ever worked with has been different to every other. So when a homeowner asks “How often should I apply lawn treatments?” I tend to be a little cautious with my answer – until I’ve learned  more about the lawn. Generally though, 5 lawn treatments per year are ideal for most[…]

03

May

This spring, I’ve been answering lots of questions about lawns for dogs. I’ve been hearing from worried dog owners who are concerned that their much loved pets are damaging their lawns. The biggest problem of all seems to be caused by dog pee on the lawn.

05

Mar

How many marks out of 10 would you give your lawn? If it’s 9 or more, well done! If not, then your lawn would benefit from an extra burst of nutrition from our organic seaweed feed to give it the wow-factor. Here’s how it works.

23

May

   Grass, it’s good for you!    It’s true, grass really is good for you

18

Dec

Scarification is a processt hat removes thatch and moss from a lawn and grass Why scarify?  The main purpose of scarification is to remove an organic material that occurs naturally just below the turf grass leaves, but above the soil layer. Scarification removes thatch and moss, allows the soil to exchange gases and helps promote[…]

6

03

Jul

Northern Ireland has had a hosepipe ban put in place due to the drought. But what does that mean for your garden? We’re looking at how you can care for your lawn during a hosepipe ban.

15

May

Every single lawn I have ever worked with has been different to every other. So when a homeowner asks “How often should I apply lawn treatments?” I tend to be a little cautious with my answer – until I’ve learned  more about the lawn. Generally though, 5 lawn treatments per year are ideal for most[…]

03

May

This spring, I’ve been answering lots of questions about lawns for dogs. I’ve been hearing from worried dog owners who are concerned that their much loved pets are damaging their lawns. The biggest problem of all seems to be caused by dog pee on the lawn.

05

Mar

How many marks out of 10 would you give your lawn? If it’s 9 or more, well done! If not, then your lawn would benefit from an extra burst of nutrition from our organic seaweed feed to give it the wow-factor. Here’s how it works.

23

May

   Grass, it’s good for you!    It’s true, grass really is good for you

18

Dec

Scarification is a processt hat removes thatch and moss from a lawn and grass Why scarify?  The main purpose of scarification is to remove an organic material that occurs naturally just below the turf grass leaves, but above the soil layer. Scarification removes thatch and moss, allows the soil to exchange gases and helps promote[…]