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Lawn mole removal

Lawn mole removal

Moles can be prevalent in the garden at this time of year, and could cause damage to lawns. Lawn mole removal is tricky but can be carried out humanely. Find out how to get rid of moles from your lawn with tips from Essex turf grower and supplier, Paynes Turf....
Leaf recycling

Leaf recycling

Leaf recycling Do you have copious amounts of fallen leaves in your garden and wondering how to dispose of it? Leaf recycling is the perfect way to clean up your garden and do your garden some good; leafmould is a nutrient-filled compost that does wonders for your...
How to scarify a lawn

How to scarify a lawn

A material known as thatch can build up over time in lawns. Scarifying a lawn is the best way to remove this deal plant material. Find our how to scarify a lawn with tips from Essex turf grower, Paynes Turf. The process of scarifying a lawn can be a long,...
How to feed a lawn

How to feed a lawn

How to feed a lawn Autumn is the ideal time to feed a lawn. If you would like a lush looking lawn all year round, then applying a fertiliser is essential. Read on for our top tips and advice on how to feed a lawn. Why you should feed your lawn You would never expect...
Paynes Turf welcomes new Scania Lorry to the fleet

Paynes Turf welcomes new Scania Lorry to the fleet

Essex turf grower and supplier, Paynes Turf, has recently acquired a new Scania lorry to join its expanding fleet. Proudly displaying new livery, the addition of the new L7 is testament to the company’s commitment for growth within the turf industry. This significant...
How to aerate a lawn

How to aerate a lawn

How to aerate a lawn It’s important to aerate a lawn at least once a year to enhance drainage and encourage stronger root growth. September is the ideal time to aerate, so find out how to aerate a lawn with advice from Essex turf grower and supplier, Paynes Turf....