Landscaping

Top tips for keeping the weeds out of your lawn

If you buy new roll-on turf from a wholesaler or turf farmer, you shouldn’t have to worry about weeds for at least a few months. However, they will come. If you seed your own lawn or buy turf from a dodgy grower, you might find that you have weeds from the start.

Unfortunately, weeds can be a pain in the neck. They can make your lawn look poorly maintained and ugly, some of them have prickles, and others are poison or smell bad. Getting rid of them isn’t always easy, and it often involves a whole lot of grunt work with a spade and a weeding tool.

With this in mind, we have developed a list of top tips for keeping weeds out of your lawn. While you will inevitably get some from time to time, the following should help you keep on top of them:

  1. Make sure you keep your lawn thick and healthy:

The most common reason for a weedy lawn is having poor quality or patchy grass. If your lawn is thick and healthy, there will be less chances for weeds to take hold. Think about the following things to make sure that your lawn is strong and healthy, and therefore able to outcompete weeds:

  • Make sure that when you plant it, you use plenty of seeds or very healthy roll-on turf from a farm like Carabooda Lawn.
  • Make sure that your lawn gets plenty of fertiliser and water so that it can grow and stay strong.
  • Make sure that you use decent soil underneath your grass so that it can get its roots down and become well-established.

If you do this, then your weed problem will straight away be much less.