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Paspalum: The Worst of Them All

Paspalum: The Worst of Them All 12 NOVEMBER, 2018 DIYWeed Control Paspalum is one of Australia’s most hated weeds. They’re difficult to kill and will adapt how they grow in order to survive. To get rid of any invading Paspalum weeds, you’ll have to get a bit crafty....

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Fixing Thatch Build-up

Fixing Thatch Build-up 2 NOVEMBER, 2018 DIY Maintenance Like everything in life, it’s important to keep the thatch levels in your balanced. Thatch is the build-up of grass blades, stolons and rhizomes. It’s the natural process of breaking down this organic matter and...

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Spring Dead Spot: Are You at Risk?

Spring Dead Spot: Are You at Risk? 29 OCTOBER, 2018 DIY Maintenance Spring Dead Spot is a fungal pathogen that appears just as the name would suggest. If you’ve noticed spots in your lawn that look like bleached patches, it could be Spring Dead Spot. Keep in mind that...

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Tips for Lawn Care During Water Restrictions

Tips for Lawn Care During Water Restrictions 26 OCTOBER, 2018 DIY Maintenance Each state and territory oversee their own water restrictions. It’s important to know what the current restrictions are, or you could face penalties for not following the rules. Sydney is...

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How El-Nino Will Affect Your Lawn

How El-Nino Will Affect Your Lawn 22 OCTOBER, 2018 Lawn Care Maintenance With such a dry year already, the thought of El-Nino occurring this spring/summer seems exhausting. But, with a 50% chance, it’s better that we prepare ourselves now rather than feel the full...

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Get Your Lawn Back into Shape This Spring

Get Your Lawn Back into Shape This Spring 19 OCTOBER, 2018 DIY Lawn Care If you haven’t already, spring is the time to establish a lawn care routine and set your lawn up for the year to come. We are all set for a hot, dry summer but by giving your lawn the care it...

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Creating A Drought Tolerant Lawn

Creating A Drought Tolerant Lawn 15 OCTOBER, 2018 DIY Maintenance Your lawn needs water. And, as you would have noticed during this drought, lawns get stressed or damaged when they don’t get enough water. An early sign of drought stress is a change of colour but might...

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Don’t Forget to Fertilise in Spring

Don’t Forget to Fertilise in Spring 12 OCTOBER, 2018 DIY Lawn Care Fertilising in spring will help your lawn in a range of ways. As your lawn wakes up from its semi-hibernation in winter, it will be mighty hungry. By applying a spring fertiliser, you will help it...

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The Simple Solution to Deal with Chickweed

The Simple Solution to Deal with Chickweed 8 OCTOBER, 2018 DIY Maintenance The Chickweed is a common weed throughout Australia. But, if you keep your lawn nice and healthy, it is unlikely that you’ll ever see the Chickweed creeping in. Chickweed is a small weed with...

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Looking After Pets and Your Lawn

Looking After Pets and Your Lawn 5 OCTOBER, 2018 Lawn Care Maintenance Keeping the balance between the health of your pets and lawn can be a difficult task. Using chemicals can be dangerous for your pets, while allowing your pets on the lawn can be harmful to growth....

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Give Your Lawn A Helping Hand This Spring

Give Your Lawn A Helping Hand This Spring 1 OCTOBER, 2018 DIY Maintenance Spring is an important time for your lawn. It is trying to get back into the swing of things after a long nap and prepare itself for the harsh summer to come. Luckily, there are a few things you...

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