Questions about: Lawns

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Jane
Answer: If necessary wait at least 4-5 weeks and avoid using more than 2 or 3 times per year. Don’t use the clippings for compost from the first mow...
Category: Lawns
Tags: lawn
Answered: 08:48AM, 17 Nov 2009
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adam
Answer: After the weeds have blackened and scorched from the Weed n Feed granules, they should shrivel up and allow running grasses to grow over. if they ...
Category: Lawns
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Answered: 08:52AM, 11 Nov 2009
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Colin
Answer: Hi Colin, there are currently no suitable home garden turf herbicides officially registered for zoysia. many sources state that zoysia is resistant...
Category: Lawns
Tags: zoysia
Answered: 11:44AM, 09 Nov 2009
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Scott
Answer: Hi Scott Dynamic Lifter Organic lawn Food can be applied to your lawn in spring and early autumn. This product contains composted poultry manure, ...
Answered: 08:25AM, 12 Nov 2009
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Dennis
Answer: Yes, any of the Dynamic Lifter Granulated lawn Foods will be excellent on any variety of Buffalo turf. As with any fertiliser, avoid applying when...
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Answered: 07:44AM, 11 Nov 2009
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Richard
Answer: Once you have watered in the granule 2 days after applying the Weed n Feed granule, it is okay to then mow the lawn area.
Answered: 11:22AM, 09 Nov 2009
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Alan
Answer: It is difficult to say for sure if your bullalo lawn will recover. All you can do at this stage, if the grass has yellowed and appears dead, is to...
Answered: 11:16AM, 09 Nov 2009
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Keith
Answer: no easy way to remove the couch effectively without harming the kikuyu. suggest spray each patch with Zero glyphosate non-selective herbicide to ki...
Category: Lawns
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Answered: 07:45AM, 09 Nov 2009
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Peter
Answer: Creeping Oxalis is a particularly difficult weed to eradicate in a lawn area. It can take many years of spraying with a selective herbicide before...
Category: Lawns
Answered: 03:16PM, 29 Oct 2009
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Answer: Glyphosate in Zerorelies on the weed growing actively, so that the herbicide moves from the leaves to the roots. In winter, there is minimal weed g...
Category: Lawns
Tags: weed
Answered: 03:04PM, 20 Oct 2009