Lawn Care Northampton use the highest quality products and treatments along side industry research and trained staff to bring your lawns to life.
We work on ensuring your lawn is healthy, green and weed free all year round. We take our time to understand your lawns requirements in every season and implement them to perfection.
We regularly monitor the Ph level of your lawn and take steps to guide your grass into the grass you desire.
Common Lawn Care Issues
Moss can be a temporary problem following drought or water logging, or more persistent, suggesting a problem with underlying conditions. On new lawns this may be due to poor site preparation. On established lawns poor vigour, acidic soil conditions, a lack of feed, insufficient aeration, poor drainage, shade, close mowing and over-use are likely to blame.
Killing and removing the moss is just the start. To remain moss-free, the vigour of the grass must be improved and any other contributory factors addressed. Good autumn lawn maintenance is essential to maintaining lawn health.
A weed is something that grows in a undesirable location. In this case within your lawn. These change the look of your lawn and they steel nutrients and water from your grass allowing them to grow stronger and your lawn to grow weaker. Some of them may flower and look harmless. Unless treated these can multiply and seriously effect the rest of your lawn. Removing them & Treating them is the only long term solution for your grass to maintain a glorious healthy green.
Patches in lawns can appear for a number of reasons, and when they do, it is always advisable to repair them. Re-seeding or turfing bare patches will prevent weeds germinating in the patches, and of course, it looks much better.
Dogs can create patches with urine. Ryegrass and Fescue are the most urine-resistant type of grass, while Kentucky Bluegrass and Bermuda are the most sensitive