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How to test your Soil

2024-02-16T16:36:19+00:00February 6th, 2024|Lawn Chemistry, Lawn Maintenance|

A soil test provides valuable insights into nutrient levels, pH, and other essential factors that influence plant growth. By conducting a thorough soil analysis, you can tailor your gardening practices to meet the specific needs of your plants.

Why do Lawns need Phosphorus?

2024-02-16T16:37:13+00:00January 18th, 2024|Feeding a Lawn, Lawn Chemistry|

Phosphorus plays a quieter yet equally essential role in the overall health and vitality of your lawn. This crucial nutrient contributes to root development, energy transfer and flowering.

Why do Lawns need Potassium?

2024-02-16T16:37:22+00:00January 18th, 2024|Feeding a Lawn, Lawn Chemistry|

While nitrogen and phosphorus often take the spotlight in discussions about lawn fertilisation, potassium quietly plays a crucial and often overlooked role in maintaining the health, resilience, and overall vigour of your lawn.

Why do Lawns need Nitrogen?

2024-02-16T16:37:29+00:00January 18th, 2024|Feeding a Lawn, Lawn Chemistry|

Nitrogen is often hailed as the powerhouse nutrient for lawns, and for good reason. This essential element plays a pivotal role in promoting vigorous growth, vibrant green colour, and overall health in grass.

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