Posted: 27/03/2017 at 12:31
Grass doesn't really start to grow till average temps are steadily more than 8C.
Worm casts are a sign of good soil and can be lightly brushed off. When you do start to cut, keep the blades high to begin with as longer grass leaves can feed and strengthen the roots and thus help the grass thicken and compete with weeds.
In mid April, when it's warm enough, apply a spring feed for grass, with a weed and moss treatment combined if you thin it needs it. Follow the instructions on the pack. Never cut the grass shorter than one inch, esepcially in summer when it's drier.
Last edited: 27 March 2017 12:31:55