What to ask for
When talking to one of Turf Australia's member Turf Growers the main thing to keep in mind is the main end-use and the site conditions for your new lawn.
What are the basic principles for gardening?
Remember that lawn grass is a plant and when it comes to growing plants there's a few basic principles that should be followed: nutrient-rich and free-draining soil; adequate sun; watering; fertilising and weeding are all things that need to be considered when choosing the right location and the most suitable varieties of plants and vegetables for our gardens.
What should I consider when choosing and preparing for a new lawn?
The same needs to be said when it comes to choosing and preparing for a new lawn. Ultimately, the preparation that goes into the growing medium for your chosen variety can have the greatest bearing on the long-term performance and appearance of your lawn.
Local knowledge is the key ingredient here. The many Turf Australia members represented throughout the country in both metropolitan and regional centres are the best ones to ask for solutions when it comes to preparing for and choosing your new lawn.