11 Queens Rd | 11Q | Reseeding Demonstration

Reseeding Demonstration

Images show reseeding demonstration at 11 Queens Rd Melbourne. The Building 11Q at 11 Queens Rd is being extensively refurbished inside and out. At present the outside amenity area is heavily composed of capeweed and other broadleafs. Bayside lawn and turf reseeding (reseedmylawn) demonstrated the success of reseeding , even under the most adverse conditions. New grass has established brilliantly in the slicer rows both in depleted bare ground and through thick capeweed.

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16Apr 2018

The Ventrac aerovator seeder is the ideal implement for school oval renovation. The implement tynes agressively vibrate to fracture the underlying soil structure to  relieve compaction. The operator has complete control of how aggressively the soil is worked. Combined with the seed box, the Ventrac becomes the ideal implement for overseeding large greenspace areas, effectively burying […]

06Aug 2017

Watering lawn –  Deep and Infrequent or Little and Often? The short answer is you should water your lawn little and often. Water daily during establishment, every 2-4 days during the grow out period and more frequently through the heat and dry of summer. To grow deep turf grass roots, provides conditions for optimal plant […]

22Jun 2017
lawn seed lawn

Instant lawn cost | Cost of instant lawn | $ cost to lay Before you discount lawn seed, consider the list of crucial steps laying instant turf. After all, instant turf can be an expensive exercise, you don’t want your new turf to die, deteriorate or become weed or disease infested, so you need to be […]

21Jun 2017
couch overseeded to ryegrass

Selling house | Beautiful lawns add 000’s to property prices Selling house ? Most real estate agents agree that pristine, vibrant, new grass lawn areas substantially lift a property’s appeal, potentially adding tens  of thousands of dollars to the bid price. Read this daily telegraph article. From late winter, new grass sown from reseeding  takes around 7-10 days […]

13Jun 2017
lawn grub

  Lawn grub cockchafer feeding on lawn grass roots Image shows lawn grub otherwise called orange headed cockchafer feeding on the grass roots of established lawn. The grubs shown are third instar mature grubs prior to burrowing deeper where they pupate emerging as a black beetle in springtime usually mid-September for Melbourne.   What to do if you […]