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If your lawn is compacted, I suggest using a lawn aerator. Options include spiked rollers, pronged aerators and even sandals with spikes. If you a ...

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I just got a Victa battery-powered mower. No more mixing petrol and oil, no more fumes and no more struggling to start it. The grass was a little w ...

Armyworms are hideous creatures. Unfortunately because they are fast moving and do their damage overnight they can be hard to treat and are often on ...

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The biggest tip is to feed your lawn. I read some research that said less than 1-in-4 home-owners ever feed their lawns. Crazy. It's the single best ...

Cloverleaf is quite invasive and is an indicator that there is an imbalance of nutrients in your soil. Clover is a legume plant and it actually draws ...

The more we fill the holes, the more our Ruby (Border Collie, one year old) likes to dig them out. Unfortunately we've been restricting their access ...

It's very difficult to kill soursob because of its bulbs. Digging them out is the most effective method but obviously very difficult and time consumi ...

You can feed your lawn from early spring (right as the weather is warming up) as well as throughout summer and autumn. Regular fertilisation keeps yo ...

The most important thing when joining your artificial grass is to obviously hide it as best as possible. Here's how to guarantee you won't see the jo ...

Most mowers today have very efficient mulch-mowing modes, I explain a bit about blade types and mulching in the video below. Mulch-mowing cuts & r ...

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