How to best water your lawn

If your goal is a gorgeous green lawn to be the neighbour’s envy, you will need to be smart about how you water your precious...

Weeds, treatment and prevention

Just pulling out weeds won’t get rid of them. If untreated, weeds will fight your grass for space, nutrients, and sunlight — and they will...

Tips for growing in sandy soil

Because of its loose structure, sand does not hold on to nutrients well. Water runs through sand very easily, washing away nutrients with it. ...

Lawn Insects

GRUBS Grubs are the larvae of different kinds of beetles; Japanese Beetle, European Chafer, or the June bug. They are “C” shaped, milky white in colour,...

Tips for growing in clay soil

Clay soil impedes the flow of water, absorbing it slowing and holding onto it for a long time. When wet it’s heavy, sticky and tends...

Aerating a lawn - why and how

Have you ever seen a lawn covered with small holes and plugs of earth? Those are the telltale signs that a lawn has just been...

Lawn Spreader Settings

Types of lawn spreaders: DROP SPREADER BROADCAST SPREADER Application Patterns: HALF RATE (2 passes) FULL RATE (1 Pass)   How to calibrate your fertilizer spreader If your spreader is not listed here, you...

Why you need to rake your lawn

Your grass needs to breathe, too. Gently raking your lawn, or “dethatching", increases movement of air, water, and nutrients into the soil by removing debris....