Grass Seed

Grass Seed

Whether you’re a complete novice or lawn care connoisseur, our informational yet easy-to-follow guides cover all aspects of grass seed, grass sowing, lawn seed, growing and maintenance.

  1. Top tips for watering your lawn

    Top tips for watering your lawn

    Too much water? Too little? How often? Perfecting your ideal watering regime is an ongoing learning experience, but our top tips should help you get it right more times than not!

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  2. How to scarify your lawn

    How to scarify your lawn

    If your grass has moss or a thatch of dead grass and leaves it can form a dense layer which holds water and creates an environment for moss to grow. It also stops water and oxygen getting to the grass roots below.

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  3. How to manage your horse paddock

    How to manage your horse paddock

    There are several things to consider when managing and maintaining your horse paddock – so whether you’re starting from scratch in a recently acquired acre or are a seasoned pony professional, there is lots you can learn from our ultimate guide.

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  4. How to: Sow your seed

    How to: Sow your seed

    Learn how to sow grass seed with our informative D.I.Y video

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  5. How to sow grass seed

    How to sow grass seed

    Find out how to sow grass seed with our expert guide which will help you get it right first time.

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  6. How often and how short should you mow your lawn?

    How often and how short should you mow your lawn?

    Most of us will just mow our lawns when the grass gets a little too long for our liking and cut our lawn at a height our lawnmowers are typically calibrated at - but there are some guidelines to follow if you want to make the most of your mowing and contribute to your lawns overall quality.

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  7. Getting the soil prepped - 8 point plan

    Getting the soil prepped - 8 point plan

    Although it may not feel like it, spring is at our door. This is our favourite time of year and after a long cold winter things begin to grown again. Grass of course, is no exception!

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