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Mowing your lawn in South East Queensland

After all the recent rain in South East Queensland the lawns are growing rapidly, but before you get out the lawn mower there are a few things you need to keep in mind to ensure the long term health of…

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Benefits of Queensland lawns rather than pavers

During the recent drought and water restrictions in South-East Queensland many households shied away from the traditional lawn and chose to lay pavers. While pavers have their place – particularly in small, high-traffic areas nothing can beat a natural turf…

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Adventure in Cooroy

It’s been a busy time at Daley’s Turf. We recently undertook a huge turf project at Cooroy on the Sunshine Coast – through rain, humidity and damaging storms. In fact, according to the Local Disaster Co-ordinator, Fox Rogers the rainfall…

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Best lawn types for extreme rainfall

What wet week we have just had. Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast recorded rainfall totals last week ranging from 150mm to 400mm. The problem with that much rain with turf bought on the Sunshine Coast is that you really shouldn’t…

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Lawn Grub Season is Here Now

This lawn problem is particularly felt on the Sunshine Coast and throughout South East Queensland in the wetter, warmer months of November to May. Whilst types of Kikuyu and Couch lawns are particularly prone to lawn grubs, Buffalo grasses such…

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After a week of rain

In January 2012 in Brisbane, its surrounds and the Gold Coast it rained for 8 days straight and 16 days straight on the Sunshine Coast. On average, Queensland received 126.31mm in that one month. And the problem with that much…

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Daleys Turf Sunshine Coast

Sir Walter 10Kg Fertiliser Now Available

Due to the popular demand on the smaller bucket, we have now increased our range to now sell the larger 10kg bucket, this will replace the older style fertiliser being CK 88. SW fertiliser includes some trace elements including iron…

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