lawn treatment services
As dedicated lawn care professionals, we are committed to giving our customers the very latest in lawn treatment technology.
Hydrate© Water Retention
The new Hydrate© treatment from Lawn3 has been introduced to help lawns withstand long periods of dry weather and retain water in the lawn root structure avoiding premature browning and the causes of dry patch.
The last couple of years have seen a big increase in the application of science and technology to lawn fertiliser treatments. Our suppliers employ the very latest research and development to ensure we are able to offer our customers the very best in fertiliser technology. These fertilisers are not available to the general public over the counter and are applied to many of the leading sporting venues in the UK including Royal Ascot and Wimbledon.
To treat weeds Lawn3 apply herbicides that kill the entire plant (above and below ground) on contact within a couple of weeks. These weed killers do not damage the grass or the environment, they are deactivated on contact with the soil.
The first Lawn3 treatment for moss is to apply a soluble iron solution which kills the entire plant on contact within a couple of weeks. Once the moss has died off a scarification and over-seeding is highly recommended.
This unique MiracleMOSS™ treatment programme contains a high concentration of potassium and live bacteria to rid your lawn of moss. The potassium kills the moss and then live bacteria in the product (a naturally occurring soil bacteria) eat the dead moss while at the same time feeding the grass and improving the soil.
Leatherjacket & Chafer Grub Treatments
Leatherjackets are the larvae of the Crane Fly (daddy long legs). Chafer grubs are the larvae of the Chafer Beetle. These soil living larvae feed on the roots and stems of grass plants at or below ground level.
Scarification (And Over-Seeding)
Even the healthiest lawns accumulate large quantities of dead organic matter, usually in the form of grass clippings and dead moss, which have not been removed. This organic matter will very quickly form a dense layer on the surface of the soil, and is known as thatch.
Aeration is the process of perforating the soil with small holes up to 5 inches deep. This allows water, air and fertiliser to get closer to the grass roots and also enables the roots to grow more deeply, producing a stronger lawn.