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Did you know the ammonia in a dog’s urine can cause the lawn to burn. In an ideal world you would hose any urine into the soil and off the lawn plants as soon as it happens but who has the time or inclination for that. If your dog’s urine is causing burning the lawn consider a product like Dog Rocks – added to your dog’s water it stops the damage to the lawn at the source, so to speak.

If you are looking to install a new lawn, Sir Walter soft-leaf buffalo is a good choice. It is self-repairing and can easily handle a bit of traffic and your beloved pet :)🐕
#lawncare #petsandyourlawns #dogrocks

http://hardenparklawns.com.au/mans-best-friend-and-your-lawn/
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There are so many reasons why #sirwalter is Australia’s No. 1 buffalo grass. Sir Walter DNA Certified Buffalo Grass has stood the test of time, proving time and time again that it will go anywhere and grow anywhere, even in Winter:

in full sun
in shade
in extreme heat
in frost
in drought

#SirWalter DNA Certified is only available from accredited Lawn Solutions Australia Members and Resellers, which Harden Park Lawns is proud to be a member.

http://hardenparklawns.com.au/turf-varieties/sir-walter-turf/
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Recent makeover with Tropical Mix, you can find more information here:
#tropicalmix #lawncare #lawnmaintenance

http://hardenparklawns.com.au/tropical-turf-mix/
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Here the Harden Park Lawns team discuss some of the most common lawn issues and how to fix them.

Grass wilting or turning brown

If you see that the grass leaves are beginning to wilt or turn brown then your lawn is trying to tell you that it is starting to suffer from the effects of drought. In a nutshell, your lawn is thirsty.

Solution: Deep and infrequent watering. Aim to give the entire lawn a good soaking of around 2.5cms of water....

http://hardenparklawns.com.au/common-issues-with-lawns/
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Growing a healthy lawn in a natural and organic way might mean you need to take a different view of your lawn and what lies beneath – you must consider that your soil is alive.

The organisms that live in the soil below the grass have exactly the same needs that you and I do – to drink, eat, breathe, digest and excrete. The healthier we are the more likely it is that we will stay that way and develop naturally. Growing lawn in healthy soil will ensure it is lower-maintenance, disease resistant and drought tolerant.

Organic fertilisers are soil food that will nourish the organisms whereas chemical fertilisers just feed the plants directly. Chemical fertilisers also potentially cause damage to groundwater and waterways through runoff and that does no-one’s health any good....

http://hardenparklawns.com.au/3268-2/
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If you see that the grass leaves are beginning to wilt or turn brown then your lawn is trying to tell you that it is starting to suffer from the effects of drought. In a nutshell, your lawn is thirsty.

Solution: Deep and infrequent watering. Aim to give the entire lawn a good soaking of around 2.5cms of water.

Click here to read more about issues in your lawn:

http://hardenparklawns.com.au/common-issues-with-lawns/
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Did you know that there is a right and wrong way to water your lawns? Do you see some of your neighbours out every afternoon watering their lawn and feel guilty that you aren’t doing the same? Don’t feel bad – they aren’t getting it right.

The Harden Park Lawns team has put together their guide to lawn watering you can do the right thing for the health of your lawn as well as the environment and your wallet.

http://hardenparklawns.com.au/your-guide-to-lawn-watering/
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From time to time we can all become a little complacent with tasks we complete of a regular basis, but we must remember that safety comes first; always, even when mowing the lawn.

Here’s the Harden Park Lawns mowing safety tips:

http://hardenparklawns.com.au/mowing-safety-tips/
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Here the Harden Park Lawns team discuss some of the most common lawn issues and how to fix them.

http://hardenparklawns.com.au/common-issues-with-lawns/
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Did you know that using a whipper snipper too close to a tree and kill it?

For more mowing tips you can learn more here:

http://hardenparklawns.com.au/lawn-support/mowing/
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