If any of your customers have pets you are likely to be familiar with the problem of pet urine causing scorch patches on lawns. Most associate the problem with dog urine only but cat urine can be just as bad. It's generally worse with female dogs because of the way they squat as opposed to the … Continue reading Why does pet urine damage lawns?
Spring is one of the busiest times of the year in professional lawn care; the combination of fertiliser applications, scarifications and weed treatments makes it an action packed season! Whilst you plan your work it helps to know you have chosen a fertiliser that will perform as expected and help create the perfect lawn that … Continue reading How to choose a spring fertiliser
Moss is a familiar enemy to most lawn care technicians in the UK. The unfortunate truth is that our climate is perfect for it. Dark, wet winters allow moss to flourish; dominating any turfgrass species that are attempting to make it through the season. This guide will help you understand the many reasons why moss might … Continue reading The Truth About Moss