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Getting to know Charlie Albone

Do you know where Charlie Albone was born? We think the answer might surprise you…

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The secret to achieving that perfect bowling green look

Have you ever wondered how bowling green grass is maintained? Or have you wanted to create your own bowling green look in your garden? Well, here’s how it’s done…

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Good Guys Bad Guys Bug Guide

Some bugs are good, some bugs are great! But how do you know what type of bugs are bad for your lawn? We’ve put together a guide on what bugs you should leave in your lawn and what you should look out for.

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Couch Grass in Focus

Couch grass (known as Bermuda grass in the US) is a warm season grass that is native to most areas of the eastern hemisphere. These grasses are commonly known to be highly drought and wear tolerant.

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Weed wands and weed pullers

Weed wands and weed pullers are a great way to remove unwanted weeds from your lawn. To help you know when you should use each of these, we have put together a guide on the dos and don’ts of weed pullers and weed wands.

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Zoysia Grass in Focus

Zoysia grasses are commonly known to be highly drought and wear tolerant. Most Zoysia grass types are well-adapted to tropical, sub-tropical and warm temperate climates in Australia.

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How to Conquer Clover

Clover may be a lucky charm, but you may not be so lucky to have it infest your lawn. It is a common lawn-weed and as far as weeds go on the ease-of-eradication-scale; clover is simple to control in most cases.

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Buffalo Grass in Focus

Buffalo grass (known as St. Augustine in the US) is a warm season grass that is native to areas of North and South America, parts of Africa and the Caribbean. Commonly known as soft leaf buffalo in Australia.

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10 Common Lawn Weeds | Can you guess them all?

Can you identify all these common lawn weeds? We take a look at a few common lawn weeds that might be growing in your grass and what you can do to remove them.

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What are Controlled Release Fertilisers?

Healthy, resilient turf needs adequate nutrition and that’s why applying the right fertiliser product is so important.

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Is urine burn ruining your lawn?

Dog urine is often one of the leading causes of dead patches in our lawns. Urine burns can be particularly frustrating as the solution is not always clear. We have looked into a variety of options that could help to stop or reduce the effect of urine burns on your lawn.

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Soil’s Aren’t Soils | The Key to Healthy Soil

Many homeowners ask the question, “What’s wrong with my grass?” 9 times out of 10 the people you ask for help, whether it be your friend, your local nursery, the guy mowing the house next door, or the hardware store, they will ask you, “how much water do you give your grass” or “do you fertilise enough?”

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The Most Frequently Asked Lawn Questions

All Turf Solutions receives all sorts of lawn questions from lawn lovers with many asking similar things. To help make the answers to these lawn questions easier to find, we’ve decided to answer them all in one convenient place!

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5 Steps to a Pet Friendly Lawn

Our gardens are our pets window to the outside world, with many sniffs to smell and places to run. To keep our lawns safe for our four-legged friends there are five simple steps that you can take to make your outdoor space pet friendly.

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How to combat winter lawn weeds

Winter weeds can be a real nuisance and undo all the hard work you put into getting your lawn looking superb during the warmer months.

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Why Sunlight and Grass Are the Perfect Pair

The growth of grass is heavily dependent on the amount of sunlight the lawn receives.

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How low can you mow? | Winter Mowing

Mowing your lawn at a higher height will allow for better photosynthesis and food supply to your lawn.

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Dry Patch & Heat Stress

This is a common problem when our summer temperatures increase on established and new lawns under 6-12 months old.

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Lawn Grubs

This page will help you to identify various types of pests and provide some advice on how to easily manage them yourself.

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Couch Mite

Couchgrass mites are active where ever couchgrass is grown. For the most part, common couchgrass is the most susceptible while the vegetative…

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Fungicides | Treatment & Prevention

Unfortunately, when the conditions are right, usually damp and humid, fungal disease could appear in your lawn. These such conditions have been common in many areas across Australia in recent months.

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Lawn Nutrition & Fertilising

We often get asked “what is the best fertiliser to use?” and the answer is not always as straight forward as you might think.

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Weed Control

Weeds commonly appear in areas where the lawn is not as healthy. This may be caused by excessive shade causing thinning, high wear areas or poor nutrition.

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Erosion & Sediment Control

Turfgrass is the ultimate natural erosion & sediment control measure for your project.

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Natural Grass vs Artificial Turf

The grass is always greener on the other side, but is that natural or artificial turf you’re eyeing over there?

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How to install your new lawn

You should always lay your new turf last when you are landscaping your garden.

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DIY Turf Installation

This handy guide has been prepared to help you get the best result for your lawn installation in Brisbane, Ipswich & the Gold Coast.

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