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Lawn Shop open this weekend!

LogoThe weather is a bit up and down and not over favourable to head off out into the garden to see how it has survived the winter doldrums.

We have seen a few mowers being warmed up on our travels but these are in the minority.  The majority of lawns are still looking a bit tatty with winter debris over them but our Managing Editor has given his lawns a bit of a sprng time trim to tidy them up so there is hope for the rest of us now!

The Team at The Lawn Shop have been busy organising the many lawn care products on the shelves and sending out the lawn care product orders out to the early innovators who are one step ahead on securing their spring lawn feeds and moss control.  Get it in stock and ready for when it is required.  Good planning in our book!

It is not too early to apply Sulphate of Iron, also called Soluble Iron the lawns to control the moss and to provide the lawns come vital colour and improved vigour.  Apply CastClear to control lawn worm soil casts.

What ever yoiu have planned for your weekend, don't forget your lawn. It needs you!


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