If you are looking for help and advice on lawn turf in Dorchester then you have come to the right place. Here at Ashley Cooper Turf and Transport we understand that your new lawn turf needs time to re-establish itself and for its roots to grow down into your soil. If you have given your turf a good watering after laying this should start to occur quickly.
If you have a grass collector on your mower then make sure you use it, if you do not, you should then remove the clippings. Apart from looking unsightly they can encourage worms and fungus and they will also stop moisture and air getting into the soil.
The trick to remember with freshly cut lawn turf in Lyme Regis is not to scalp your lawn! You will see many lawns turning brown and unsightly during the summer; this is because people think they are meant to cut the grass very short. Having your grass very short allows the ground to bake in hot weather burning off your lovely turf. Set your cutting height to approx. 25mm. Most lawns will have the natural undulations of the ground, keeping your cutting deck at this height will also help stop these bumps being shaved!
Trimming a little and often will encourage your lawn to grow into a thicker and denser looking lawn. Remember to give your mower a treat every now and again. Getting a service and ensuring the lawn cutters are sharp will make your efforts to keep a beautiful lawn in Dorset even easier.
For weed resistant lawns in Seaton call us on the number listed on this website and we will be delighted to give you a quote. Ashley Cooper Turf and Transport are one of the county's prime suppliers of freshly cut garden turf in Lyme Regis. So please do not hesitate to contact us today and find out more.