Questions about: Lawns

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Jennifer
Answer: Dear Jennifer, For more information about the availability of Buffalo Sir Walter grass, you should contact a turf supplier in your area. They will...
Category: Lawns
Answered: 09:43AM, 02 Aug 2010
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darrin
Answer: Hi Darrin, hard to say without a proper site analysis, but you may need to install sub-soil drainage. A landscape contractor or professional garden...
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Answered: 09:59AM, 19 Jul 2010
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Gerhard
Answer: Yates Lawnsmart Couch and Kikuyu seed is suitable for growing in Perth as is Hortico’s Tough and Drought Hardy, a blend comprising of Annual ...
Answered: 10:04AM, 14 Jul 2010
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Steven
Answer: Dear Steven, We have an excellent website that will give you all the information you need to know on caring for your lawn. Yates produce an organic...
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Answered: 08:46AM, 14 Jul 2010
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Rahul
Answer: Hi there, the best time to grow a couch lawn from seed is when it warms up. This will be towards the end of august. Make sure that you prepare the ...
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Answered: 08:03AM, 28 Jun 2010
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Mark
Answer: the only thing to do is to remove the mulch thats coming onto your property and feed your lawn with some seaweed concentrate to bring it back. This...
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Answered: 10:24AM, 25 Jun 2010
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nick
Answer: Hi there, It depends how much you spilt on there. It may cause some damage so you will have to use some seaweed solution to help it come back.
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Answered: 07:20AM, 25 Jun 2010
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Susan
Answer: Dear Susan, Blue Couch seed is available if you wish to oversow your existing couch lawn. It may take a little time for the seedlings to establish...
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Answered: 10:11AM, 18 Jun 2010
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Audrey
Answer: Dear Audrey, The Winter Grass Killer label does say that this product is registered for use on common couch and buffalo lawns. Greenleas Park Couch...
Answered: 10:44AM, 09 Jun 2010
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Celia
Answer: It is very difficult to grow a lawn in a shaded area successfully as all grasses need sunlight. You may wish to plant a lawn substitute instead (di...
Category: Lawns
Answered: 11:19AM, 07 Jun 2010