I received this question from a reader called Robert in spring 2020. He asks an interesting question about which NPK fertiliser should he use to feed his lawn in the spring. This is a very deep subject and further reading will send you into some very complex chemistry and biology. I try to simplify this interesting lawn care subject.
I received an interesting question on how to go about flattening a large lawn as a comment on a previous blog post regarding rolling your lawn. I thought that it was interesting enough to put together a full post answer. Find out how professional groundsmen flatten a very large lawn without compacting the soil.
Even the most well tended lawn can develop bare patches. Leaving footballs on the grass, spillages, moles, large weeds, dog damage and even winter leaves can cause areas of your lawn to die off. But what is the best way to a lawn patch repair and fix up these areas? Here is my pictorial guide to repairing a damaged lawn.