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Killing weeds

Hi. I have been reading up on lawn care and in one of the books I was reading it  said it is better to kill larger weeds because it is harder to get the whole weed out. Is anyone doing this, if so what weedkiller are you using. 

Jes

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Yellowing of lawn

3284647196?profile=RESIZE_1024x1024One of my customer's lawn is starting to go yellow in certain areas (see pic).  It has been fertilised and had weed control and otherwise looks quite healthy apart from the yellowing.

I suggested they put on their sprinkler to get some more moisture i

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Lawn Irrigation

Good Morning,

My client is about to have us finish a new lawn for them. They have expressed an interest in having some sort of irrigation for the borders and possibly the lawn. Now obviously I want to do this before we finish.

The borders I looked at u

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Avoiding Common Garden Design Mistakes


Our latest online article was compiled with the help of experienced landscapers and designers across social media. Nobody is perfect, but some mistakes are completely avoidable. Not only do they frustrate the landscapers trying to build a garden…

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Dennis ES-860 is the King of King’s


Roger Neale, Head of Grounds and Gardens at King’s Hall School in Somerset, has claimed that his new Dennis ES-860 battery-powered mower has been “unbelievable.”

Roger was a greenkeeper for 22 years before landing the position of Head of…

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