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Tips for a Perfect Lawn

Tips for a Perfect Lawn

admin April 24, 2015 0 Comments
We offer lawn mowing services in Frenchs Forest. As an expert in this field, here we have offered a few tips for a perfect lawn. Follow them if you want to achieve a perfect lawn: 
Mow quite often and with lawnmower blades that are very sharp. Cutting the grass will generally compel the lawn to grow thick and reduce space for the weeds to invade. The sharp blades may cause less tearing as well as damage to grass plants, minimizing their exposure to disease. 

Mowing too short is not recommended. Not only would it make the lawn need more water & herbicides, the risk of damage would be increased as well. 
Don't remove more than 1/3 of blade or you may risk scalping plants and that may take 2-3 mowing cycles at least for recovery of tuft. Mowing at a greater height may compel the roots to grow deeper and deeper the roots, the more resistance are the plants to disease. It will also need less water. 
The lawn should never be mowed when wet or it is going to compact the soil & the roots won't be in a position to breathe, which will ultimately cause the grass to die. 
If you mow frequently, your lawn clippings are going to be short and only few so that you are able to leave them where they fall. They are going to work their way back into soil and act as fertiliser without getting brown and causing any problem. 
The lawn should be watered infrequently but deeply. Watering regime on a daily basis encourages a shallow root system, wastes time and wastes water. 
The lawn should never be watered during night time. It should be watered at a time when the grass will be able to dry before fall of dew. As prolonged moisture basically encourages disease, the best time to water is early morning or pre-dawn. 
Never over-fertilise because that will promote quick growth, thatch & more mowing. Test the soil every year in order to determine the particular needs of your lawn. Never conduct a pH soil test straight after applying a fertiliser. Test sandy soils every 2-3 years and clay based soil every 3-4 years. 
Never make the mistake mixing your fertilisers. Whatever kind of fertiliser you opt to use, stick with one. Mixing natural and synthetic fertilisers may offer poor results. 
Choose the right kind of herbicide. There are mainly two kinds of herbicide to select from: post-emergents and pre-emergents. Pre emergents prevents the seeds of the weed from germinating and are applied yearly and post emergents are used when the weeds are actually visible.

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