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started. Hello Kate,all i can say it that I dug up a lot of the lawn for beds last year and I did very little in improving the soil at that point and my plants did really well. I wouldn't spray any areas, there maybe some good things growing as well. I do
What treatment will need to be applied to kill it? After treatment, what should I do to help prevent its reoccurence.
Did you lay the lawn or did you buy it already laid? Is it seeded or turfed? Can you be a bit more specific, Cat? It was laid by the people who buil he house. It was turf and not well laid. I've tried to ask them about it but it was a contractor
,rabbits -any signs of droppings? I think it's birds or possibly squirrels - the smaller holes look as if birds have been getting grubs out of the lawn. The bigger hole could be where birds have been scrabbling amongst the thatch to find grubs - there's a lot
Help please - my lawn is being attacked. Is this bird damage or should I be looking at some kind of treatment for the lawn, This has happened over the past two days; the lawn is quite dry and so there is plenty of thatch for the birds to grab hold
I rotavated and overseeded our lawn 3 weeks ago. Germination has started but seems quite slow. The lawn is now becoming covered with leaves. So, the question is, do I keep off the lawn and leave the leaves, or do I rake off off (or blow off
Is there a weed killer available that will kill couch grass in the lawn without harming other grasses? I personally have never heard of one.
We love our dogs but tried solutions do not work, discovered Natural Green Grass Patch in Texas and tried it recently here in the UK. Sprayed it on and got instant green grass restored, amazing result and should last months despite promised rain. Totally safe for the dogs and kid...
It depends on the size. If it was a large bonfire then you will need to spike and re-seed it. Neighbouring grass will move back in in time, but it would take a fair while to cover more than a few inches effectively. Following a burn from a barbeque, we spiked and reseeded the fa...
I posted recently about bird damage to my lawn and chafer grub was/is the culprit. I treated the lawn with the recommended lawn grub killer and now two weeks on the birds are still active and the grubs still alive; am I being impatient