Lawn scarification and spring moss control in West Sussex, Bognor Regis, Arundel, Chichester and surrounding areas.
This week we took the machines out of storage and got to work removing moss from new customer lawns to help the grass take back ownership of the lawn.
There are short windows in spring and autumn to do this work as the lawn needs time to recover. Right now works as its warming up and the grass is growing so the lawns will be right for the BBQ season to come.
We remove a lot of moss and thatch and to deal with any remaining moss we also apply a spray straight after the scatification
We then apply a feed formulated for the season to give the plant a further boost.
It helps if the lawn is cut short before the process so that the blades of the machine can do their work, the lawn will also look tidier afterwards.
Never scarify when the lawn is very dry or very wet, if you step on the lawn and squeese out water its too wet.
If your lawn needs a moss reduction plan, then get in touch, the ground will soon be warm enough for our "ultimate moss control" treatment.
If your keen on "DIY" lawncare this video from The Royal Horticultural Society provides a good guide to some spring activity.
We have some new treatments this year which can tackle moss and algae on hard surfaces without the need to presuure wash, so if you have fences, driveways, patios, decking or pathways that need help to get ready for summer give us a call.
Hi I'm Annie and I love lawns and gardens. I own and run Lawnrite providing lawn care advice and treatments across East Hampshire and West Sussex