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Getting Rid Of Winter Weeds

Taking Care of Winter Weeds

Did we really need another reason to hate winter? Just looking at your beautiful turf may just give you one more.. Yes, it’s that time of year when winter weeds start to emerge - the enemy of all lawn lovers…

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Professional Automower® Robotic Mowers

Husqvarna Robot Mowers

Whether it’s peace and quiet, no emissions, or you’re looking for a machine that delivers maintenance-free lawn care - look no further than Automower by Husqvarna. The Automower® is the easiest way to a green, healthy and perfect lawn. Beyond…

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Turf Options For Compact House Lots

With house lots becoming smaller, more and more people are now living in Town Houses and Duplexes. This also means that lawns are now becoming more compact too. When it comes to choosing turf for smaller areas it does require some research; you…

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Making Your Yard and Lawn Pet Friendly

Making your yard and lawn friendly for both humans and your pets really isn’t difficult – it just takes a bit of thought and planning. Choose a natural lawn – synthetic options get too hot during the warmer months and if not cleaned regularly can represent a health…

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Is My Lawn Dead?

It can be tricky at first glance to know if lawn is dead or dormant as it can look extremely similar. If you’re new to owning a lawn or if you’ve suffered through a period of particularly hot weather, you…

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When lawn is life

Don’t laugh…lawn is life. Having a lush lawn at your place can actually benefit your overall well-being and therefore your life. So, yes, lawn is life.

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Seed Vs Lawn. Learn why lawn seed is a bad idea…

The popular Australian lawn varieties, such as Sir Walter DNA Certified Buffalo turf, are male sterile and can’t be grown from seed. Not even the turf farmers can grow them from seed – they must be grown from live vegetative material. Now,…

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