Why is a Lawn so important?
Not only does that lawn create a fantastic play area; it also adds value to your property and to your neighbourhood as well as benefiting the environment. A well-maintained lawn will mean that the grass will have deep roots, allowing excess water to drain. Lawns also trap millions of tons of liquid and solid pollution including dust, pollen, amongst others, making it easier for us to breathe.
So, what makes up a good lawn care programme?
Lawn maintenance includes pest, weed & moss control, fertilising, disease control, scarifying and aeration. All methods of control are required and needed, however, pesticides are a key solution to keeping lawns lush and healthy. By using professionals to maintain your lawns, you will know that best practice use of pesticides is being carried out. Better still ask if they are members of the Amenity Forum, committed to best practice.
Below is a lawn care video - where Jim and Lynne found fungal diseases amongst other things in their lawn.