Posted: 15/09/2014 at 16:14
I've seen how dreadful a lawn can look with leatherjacket damage, although I've personally not had much trouble with them. I've also seen them bounce back well with a good raking, some weed and feed and a bit of rain, but at this time of year that may not be feasible.I think it comes down to how good you want the grass to look. If you want Wimbledon standard, you might be more bothered by the damage.
'orses for courses and all that
Can I have the eclair philippa?