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Spring in WA brings with it warm yet moist soils - perfect growing or establishment weather for your lawn. Time to fuel its growth as it gets back into the swing of things, or lay that new patch of lawn.
Start a regular program which includes feeding, wetting agents, mowing and renovation. Just like forming any good habit, routine is key and directly relates to the results you'll achieve - ensuring your lawn is fighting fit for our testing summer months ahead.
Nutrition & Wetting Agents
Mowing & Maintenance
Once Spring hits, regular mowing with a well-maintained mower is essential and the proper height will depend on your grass variety, generally 30-50mm.
Compaction & Aeration
Compacted soil produces poor quality lawn and needs to be aerated in Spring to increase the amount of oxygen, water and nutrients it receives. Various forms of coring equipment can be hired to make the job easier or you can use a garden fork for small areas. As a lawn corer moves over the lawn, it punches holes into the lawn and pulls out plugs of soil, thatch and lawn, leaving open holes in the lawns surface. Rake Baileys Lawn Reviver into these holes which contains Grosorb wetting agent, mature compost and fertiliser.