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Covid19 Service Update for Paynes Turf

Covid19 Service Update for Paynes Turf

Dear valued customers and suppliers, We hope you are keeping well at this challenging time. Like many businesses, our operation is fluid, and we are responding quickly to the developing situation and government guidance with regards Covid19. Currently, we are...
TLC (Terrific Lawn Care) – March guide!

TLC (Terrific Lawn Care) – March guide!

Your daffodils are smiling and your snowdrops are peeping up shyly in your flower bed. Leaves are budding on your shrubs, and beneath your feet the soil is slowly drying and warming. Once the soil is warm enough, you’ll find your grass goes into growing mode...
It’s time to give your lawn mower some attention

It’s time to give your lawn mower some attention

Your lawn mower is probably languishing in your shed, your garage, or (gasp of horror) outside!!! It’s still too early to get mowing – the ground is saturated after the recent storms and besides, the grass won’t be growing right now as the soil is...
Fab Feb Tips – Give your lawn some TLC

Fab Feb Tips – Give your lawn some TLC

Quick jobs for February Keep an eye out for worm casts and sweep them away gently with a stiff broom. Keep an eye out for moles. They’re particularly active now. Be on the alert for lawn problems like snow mould (Fusarium patch) Care and repair Depending on how...
When Ratty calls your garden home

When Ratty calls your garden home

Last week we looked at the destructive habits of moles, and discovered that moving to Ireland was our only hope of banishing them from our lives. Following on from my loose Wind in the Willows theme, let’s consider Ratty this week. Moles are at least cute, and...