Monday, 25 January 2016

Some Tips on How To Get A Beautiful Lawn

Some Tips on How To Get A Beautiful Lawn




It's possible to have a beautiful lawn and you need not use chemicals for it to happen. Believe it or not, when you prohibit the use of chemicals completely, your lawn will turn out much healthier. The chemical compounds not only poison the ground, but also contaminate the water. You'll be able to rid your use of chemicals by working on the following tips.

The most reliable way to deal with weeds is to manually remove them. Since quite a few weeds are annuals, when you pull them before they seed, they will not grow back. A whole root body may need to be taken out for certain types of weeds. Weeds like clovers tend to be advantageous so you should not pull them. The health and attractiveness of your grass is going to be elevated by leaving the clover, because it is a nitrogen magic plant. You need to get a soil evaluation kit to find out what exactly is in your soil. You can even determine the pH balance, and what nutrients are essential for having a perfect soil balance.

For your unfilled spots on your lawn, work with a mixture of grass varieties when you re-seed. The infections that get into your grass are choosy, so a mixture will keep your lawn from being wiped out by a disease. To prevent your grass growing to be a heavy thatch, don't forget to break it up and aerate the soil. This way, the roots will be able to efficiently reach the soils nutrients. Earthworms will certainly aerate your grass better than anything else. When the layer of thatch grows to be a half-inch thick, it is best to de-thatch it. A myriad of difficulties happen when the thatch keeps the air, water and nutrients from getting to the ground. Thatching will be cleared if you rake your lawn soon after you aerate it.

A bit of thatch as well as grass clippings can improve decomposition so that will improve the health of your lawn. Your grass should be around two or three inches tall and not to cut any more than a third to avoid shock. If you don't want your grass to get damaged, make sure your mower blades are sharp. Never apply anything but organic fertilizers, because they not only insert nutrients into the soil, but they help them stay there longer. Thatch and grass clippings decompose far better in non-chemical fertilizer and the best to get is sheep manure.

You will only need to water your lawn if necessary and be sure that the water goes down deep. The roots will be shallow and have better probability of disease and insect damage if you don't water properly.  If you adopt these actions, you will have a beautiful lawn that everyone will envy.