Mowing is an essential task to maintain a healthy aesthetic lawn. For further information on mowing click here. If you're not interested or just too busy, to find a service provider click below.
If you needing to move builders rubble, soil or just relevel prior to turf installation it may be best to outsource this work. Professional contractors have specialist machinery and experience to provide the best surface ready for planting. For further information on site preparation click here. To find a service provider click below.
You've done your homework on choosing the right grass. Now the hard work begins of having to plant or lay the turf. However, there is an alternative. Do you know there's such a thing as a turf laying service. Let a professional lay your lawn for you. For further information on turf planting requirements click here. To find a service provider click below.
Scarification or dethatching is undertaken to remove unwanted dead plant material (thatch) from within the turfgrass. The process which is also known as "vertical mowing", is best undertaken when the turfgrass is actively growing e.g. during spring or summer. To find a service provider click below.
Coring or decompaction of the turf surface and soil can be undertaken using hollow or solid tines. Tradditionally, coring of residential lawns is undertaken using hollow tines which remove plugs of soil and thatch from the turfgrass. The process decompacts the soil and allows water and nutrients to enter the rootzone. Coring or decompaction work can be undertaken anytime of the year. To find a service provider click below.
Topdressing is the process of applying a thin layer of sand or soil over the turf. Topdressing helps to correct surface undulations, reduce thatch (dead organic matter) and improve drainage. Topdressing should be done when your lawn is actively growing e.g. during spring or summer. To find a service provider click below.
Fertiliser, which can be applied in granular or liquid form, is essential to maintain a healthy aesthetic lawn. To read more about fertilisers and what is needed visit our Turf Care page. To find a service provider click below.
Knowing the health and quality of your soil and irrigation water is very important in being able to produce a healthy turfgrass. Visit our analytical testing page for further information. To find a service provider click below.
If you wish to sow or oversow lawn seed, please find a list of reputable distributors who can supply and/or professionals that can apply seed below. For further information on turf seed visit our Turf Care page.
If you have a weed, pest or disease problem within your lawn and are unable to treat the problem yourself; seek professional advice and services. Did you know professional licenced contractors can be called upon to spray your lawn using turf registered products. To find a service provider click below.
Mowers should be maintained in good working order and blades kept sharp. Turfgrass vigour, quality and leaf growth are impaired if the turf is mowed with a dull, improperly adjusted mower. Poorly maintained mowers can also be dangerous. For further information of mowing and mowers visit our Turf Care page. To find a service provider click below.
It is important to maintain your cylinder mower to acheive a desirable cut. In order to achieve this your reel and bed knife requires routine or at least annual sharpening depending on your mowing frequency. Sharpening is a specialist service and should be left to the professionals. To find a service provider click below.
Did you know you can have your lawn sprayed with a natural pigment to provide an instant darker green colour, or to change a brown dormant winter turf to green. Turf colourant can last up to 3 months. A natural pigment-based paint product is safe for the environment, people and pets. To find a service provider click below.
Soil, topsoil, turf underlay and sand are all terms used which make reference to a form of growing media used within the rootzone for the establishment or for sand topdressing of turfgrass. A growing media can be either existing/native product, manufactured or a soil blend. It is important that a decent sand/soil be purchased so your turf can readily access nutrients, moisture and assist the grass with drought avoidance. For further information on sands and soils visit our Turf Care page. To find a service provider click below.
Suitable irrigation is essential for turf growth and performance. For further information on irrigation and watering visit our Turf Care page. If you are planning on installing an automated irrigation system it is recommended that you seek professional assistance. Reputable companies can provide irrigation design and/or installation depending on your needs. Irrigation auditing can also be conducted to make sure your system is operating efficiently. To find a service provider click below.
This is a service for sports turf use only. A heavy duty linear decompaction is designed to revitalise heavy wear areas by relieving soil compaction, improving aeration and removing surface water. Such a machine can be operated to a working depth of between 120 mm to 380 mm while proving a surface capable of instant play. To find a service provider click below.
Are you looking for a company who can line mark or add a temporary painted logo across your sports turf. To find a service provider click below.
To find companies who can undertake maintenance and renovations of your club or schools natural turf cricket wicket.
A field top maker (Topmaker or Fieldtopmaker) is used to renovate sports turf. This machine can be used to "fraze mow" or "mill out" undesirable turfgrass for replanting.