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Finding the perfect height for your lawn can be a tedious and time-consuming process, and with each species having its own requirements, it can be easy to feel left in the dark.
As a general rule of thumb, the recommended turf length in the UK lies between 2.5 to 4 centimetres. However, there are a few other things to bear in mind when maintaining your lawn. From seasonal demands to individual grass species, the team at Grass Science Seeds have picked out their top tips to ensure that your lawn stays in top shape all year round.
Moisture issues pose some of the most common problems troubling greenkeepers when managing their course. Whether the course is getting the average rainfall or it’s being supplemented by irrigation, finding the perfect moisture level can be a challenge.
The target moisture level of a UK golf green can depend on various factors, including local climate conditions and the species of grass. With winter on its way, it is more important than ever to monitor the soil regularly.
But what is the target moisture level?
Red clover is one of the most popular clovers in the UK. Best grown as part of a grass or clover sward, it’s known for its high yields and protein-rich forage.
However, to get the most out of your red clover, it’s essential to understand which soil type is best for the plant. From soil textures to pH levels, we’re covering everything you need to know to make the most of your red clover.
Britain has over 700 different types of soil varying throughout the country. Understanding your soil will help you to care for your crops properly and enhance their prosperity. Depending where you are in the country and the pH levels of your soil, you will have special requirements to care for your plants.
We have gathered 7 of the main soil types that are found across the UK to give you some useful information.
Overseeding occurs when you plant grass seed directly into existing turf. This is a simple and natural way to fill in any bare areas, increase the density of the turf and get rid of any pesky weeds. Overseeding should never tear up the turf or the soil.
Here are some steps you can follow.
Golf course management is essential to enjoy your game on a maintained and playable course. The rough is one of the toughest areas to manage, and when done incorrectly, it can negatively affect your game.
No matter your job, understanding how to manage the rough can make significant changes to the overall quality of your golf course. The team at Grass Science Seeds have created this short guide full of our best tips to help you generate fine-stemmed rough grass to help optimise your golfing experience.