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Great Lawn Wanted for News Article.....

Photo_of_lawnAn invitation to lawn owners within the M25. Do you have a lawn that has not been returved within the past three years that can be photographed and may be featured in a news article?

You may be a turf professional or home owner. Ideally we are looking for a lawn that you think should win an award or be exemplary. The kind of lawn that you have sweat and toiled over for the past few years that is good both in desirable grass content, with good micro levels, weed and moss and insect free and a real show piece oh, and you are really proud of it too!

So that we can manage the inquiries and facilitate the need for you to upload photos, please can you use The Lawn Society web site functionality by visiting this link - The Lawn Society

Thanks for your help on this one!

Photo courtesy of Keith Maguire

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