Following Government advice and guidance concerning the Coronavirus outbreak, I have taken the decision to suspend lawn treatments and visits whilst travel restrictions remain in place. With all Government guidance urging the nation to come together to fight the spread of the virus I feel that this is the only course of action at this difficult time.
Grass grows all over the world. It is one of our planets most successful plants. Vast open plains of grass can sustain huge wildlife populations and thrive in the wild. No one artificially fertilises the plains of Africa or the wild tundra, so why do we need to fertilise our lawns? Grasses require key elements to survive and… Read More »
I am often asked if my lawn care treatments are safe for pets. The answer is generally yes, however there are some special cases for some small animals where a few lawn care treatments may become an issue and care should be taken to ensure safety. Cats, dogs and lawn care The most common pets, cats and dogs,… Read More »