MO Bacter Instant Lawn Tonic – the 100% solution to persistent moss in lawns

DJ Turfcare confirms new lawn care innovation for 2020 season

Given the climate in this island moss is an ever-present problem for lawns. We can deal it a blow by using products like MO Bacter fertiliser, but moss produces spores which it leaves behind, and these spores can survive summer droughts only to re-infest the lawn during the autumn and can continue to thrive during our warm and wet winters particularly when grass growth is at a standstill. It then suffocates the grass as it tries to establish its self again in the spring. Continue reading

Autumn is the perfect season for sowing or overseeding lawns, says Johnsons Lawn Seed

After a long summer of wear and tear, there is no better time for breathing new life into tired turf, or for sowing a brand new lawn, than autumn. 

Throughout September and until mid-October, the soil remains warm and workable but temperatures are refreshingly cooler, allowing grass seed to germinate quickly and establish before winter sets in. Crucially, the weakening sun results in less moisture being lost to evaporation, so gardeners can get new lawns up and growing fast. Continue reading

DJ Turfcare & Viano – keeping a greener tomorrow in mind

“For our children’s future choose Viano organic fertilisers – exclusively available from DJ Turfcare”

 DJ Turfcare – exclusive suppliers of Viano organic fertilisers – is issuing a call to action to the industry to consider the impact chemicals are having upon our eco-system. Driven by a desire to protect our planet, DJ Turfcare’s David Jenkins explains how chemical usage is causing long-term – and possibly irreparable – damage to our soil. Continue reading

Lawncare is a breeze with DJ Turfcare’s MO Bacter – the innovative organic lawn fertiliser that effortlessly tackles moss and banishes labour-intensive scarifying

Flick through the pages of gardening magazines at this time of year and chances are they’ll feature a step-by-step guide on getting lawns into shape. While some lawncare products have evolved beyond recognition in recent years, gardeners are still being advised to kill moss with sulphate of iron, then set about ripping dead moss from grass via the back-breaking process of scarification or hand raking. Continue reading