Choosing the right kind of turf for your garden is critical when it comes down to its sustainability. The turf Milton Keynes based supplier George Davies supplies is top quality, and has been designed to prosper in a variety of situations, be it sunny, shady, decorative or heavy duty. George Davis Turf Ltd is actually located in the town of Clifton Reynes, Olney, just on the outskirts of Milton Keynes.
For the average householder looking to turf or re-turf his/her garden area, George Davies Turf Milton Keynes are the perfect choice. They have a host of experience gained through supplying high quality turf to such establishment as Chelsea Football Club, Manchester United FC, Gleneagles golf club, various public authorities nationwide, and a number of leading house building companies and renowned landscape architects. Householders are welcome, the only stipulation being that you must order a minimum of one roll of turf per order, one roll measuring 1 square metre (610mm wide x 1.64M in length).
The most popular turf Milton Keynes based George Davies sells to householders and house building companies is a product called “Greenscape”. Greenscape has a medium type texture and has been designed to take root quickly once it has been laid. It has a Rye Grass base and consists of various grass strains including: Abersprite, Limousine, Count, Raisa, and Adinda. Greenscap turf is hard wearing, extremely versatile, and keeps its rich green colour throughout the year providing that it is maintained properly. Good maintenance consists of regular mowing, (preferably with a cylinder mower), and not cutting you grass below 50% of its length ante-cutting.
It is possible that small brown coloured toadstools may appear in your newly laid turf, especially if the weather is warm, and you have just watered your lawn. This is a natural occurrence due to the fact that when your turf is cut in the growing fields in North Lincolnshire, certain unavoidable damage is caused to the turf’s rooting system. The roots will of course very quickly re-establish themselves once it has been relaid, but small microbes feed off the dead root matter, and when they are watered, they prosper and can create these small brown toadstools in the surface of your newly laid turf. If you are worried about any small children you may have eating these toadstools you would be wise to pick them, but rest assured that after a few days they will disappear quite naturally as your new turf re-establishes itself, as the turf Milton Keynes specialist George Davies will be happy to verify.
Red Thread disease is another condition that you should watch out for in newly laid turf. The disease is not fatal to your turf but it does look rather unsightly. Local turf Milton Keynes supplier George Davies advises that Red Thread disease often occurs when the soil beneath your new turf has what is called a low nitrogen fertility. Application of a pre-turfing fertilizer can significantly reduce the chances of Red Thread disease becoming established.
The great thing about using George Davies, turf Milton Keynes supplier, is that you can avail yourself of their wealth ok knowledge, not only in deciding which variety of turf is going to suite your application best, but in seeking their advice in terms of any blight, or how best to maintain your newly laid turf in the best of health – and the best thing of all – this advise is free!