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Author: Stefan Palm   Date Posted: 29 April 2020

This is true. Varieties like couch, kikuyu and buffalo slow down and go dormant when the tem...

Author: Stefan Palm   Date Posted: 22 April 2020

Weeds love the Autumn and left unchecked can cause havoc to your lawn. The good news is that...

Author: Stefan Palm   Date Posted: 8 April 2020

If you’re one of thousands of people across Adelaide working from home in recent weeks, or you’ve...

Author: Stefan Palm   Date Posted: 11 March 2020

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There are a few reasons why Autumn is such a great time, those bein...

Author: Stefan Palm   Date Posted: 26 February 2020

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Author: Stefan Palm   Date Posted: 5 February 2020

When it comes to fertilising lawns, high on most people’s expectations is a fast, greening effect...

Author: Stefan Palm   Date Posted: 21 January 2020

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Author: Stefan Palm   Date Posted: 15 January 2020

Good soil preparation when preparing to install an instant lawn as it will provide the found...

Author: Stefan Palm   Date Posted: 18 December 2019

Without a doubt, its all about moisture management. In South Australia...

Author: Stefan Palm   Date Posted: 27 November 2019

Key Features: Excellent year round colour. Deep dark green colour during wint...

Author: Stefan Palm   Date Posted: 6 November 2019

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Mole crickets are an odd looking insect about 50mm long. While they will feed on most types of pl...

Author: Stefan Palm   Date Posted: 30 October 2019

Each year turf mites become more and more prevelant in domestic lawns and this year is no differe...

Author: Stefan Palm   Date Posted: 16 October 2019

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Author: Stefan Palm   Date Posted: 2 October 2019

By fertilising your lawn in Spring, you give it all the nutrient it will need to rise out of wint...

Author: Stefan Palm   Date Posted: 28 August 2019

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Over the past month, we've had quite a number of people asking us for advice on how to control th...

Author: Stefan Palm   Date Posted: 7 August 2019

Over the last few months, I’ve written quite a few blogs on why this may be so. As a re-cap, lawn...

Author: Stefan Palm   Date Posted: 23 July 2019

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More and more I’m hearing stories of birds relentlessly ripping up lawns. They come back day afte...

Author: Stefan Palm   Date Posted: 4 June 2019

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The most common lawns in Adelaide are Couches, Kikuyu and Buffalo. These are classified as warm s...

Author: Stefan Palm   Date Posted: 24 May 2019

It is true that most varieties go dormant through winter (and stop growing) however that doe...

Author: Stefan Palm   Date Posted: 2 May 2019

The steady rain will bring much needed relief for Adelaide’s gardens. Months of dry weather have ...