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Spring 2019
WOW, what a great season. We were in despair early on in the season as every week the forecast was for rain, rain and more rain – but it didn’t happen, or should I say it didn’t happen where we were working. There was very little disruption with the weather this year (or so far anyway) so the cricket blocks got completed and we kept on track with o... Read more

Simon has been very busy over the winter, and the grinding has continued to grow, which is a testament to the finish he has been able to achieve. Clients have been impressed by the superior cut and are not having to adjust the reels nearly as often. As we say, a sharp blade is paramount for healthy turf, so don’t leave them until they are rusted u... Read more

Spring Renovations: Spring is almost here and many of us have had a particularly dry winter. Unless we get significantly more rain in Sept – October the soil will dry out much quicker than usual, due to lower water tables and less moisture in the sub soil.  This highlights the importance of coring and Verti-draining to ensure the irrigation ... Read more

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