Many homeowners see frost as a threat and worry it will damage the grass. However, light frosts can actually provide some benefits for lawns. When controlled, the effects of frost on grass are not always negative. Let’s examine how properly timed and tempered frosts can give your lawn a boost.
Whilst there is no specific temperature threshold to keep in mind, it may be best to beat the frost. Generally, this will be around the middle of November but it depends; some years it’s much earlier. By fertilising before that initial temperature drop-off when the ground is frozen, you can ensure the grass roots are able to absorb those nutrients and benefit from them.
One of the biggest influences on a golfer’s performance comes down to the grass they’replaying on. Not only does the cut of the grass help indicate the route of each hole, but the golf turf's length, texture and condition can make all the difference between you scoring par, a birdie or nothing at all.
Can grass be too tall for a lawn mower? The short answer is no. Most standard lawn mowers can handle grass up to about six inches tall. During the active growing seasons of spring and summer, you should aim to mow your lawn at least once per week, and even more frequently for warm season grasses.
Keen sportsman, experienced tree surgeon and Go-Kart racer Sam Reeves started at GDT in 2021, and despite his nickname he is certainly not short of skills when it comes to his role as lorry driver for the company.
Are you looking to create a prize-winning garden, or simply desire a luscious lawn that completes the look of your outdoor space but don’t know where to start? One question we’re always asked in how to achieve this is, is it better to use grass seed or turf?
Whether it's been a spell of wet weather or an unexpected summer shower, most of us have looked out at a lawn in need of mowing only to find the grass is still damp. So when is it okay to get the mower out, and how wet is too wet when it comes to cutting your grass?
Whether you’re looking to repair a few bald patches in your existing turf or produce a whole lawn from seed, sowing grass seed is a fantastic and cost-effective way to grow fresh grass. In this article, we talk you through what grass seed is and how it produces a hard-wearing turf, as well as the best time to sow grass seed..
Turf is a living organism and like all plants, it needs regular water, nutrients, and sunshine to survive and thrive. Ideally, grass should soak up 4-6 hours of direct sunlight a day but with the unpredictable UK weather, this isn't always consistent! It's also dependent on your type of turf and its purpose.
In general, a beautiful, lush lawn is the pride and joy of many homeowners, for whatever time of year it might be. But achieving a thick, green, and weed-free turf takes some work and careful maintenance.
Okay, so you’ve decided to transform your garden, begin your next landscaping project or simply refresh your worn-out lawn. Now you’re trying to figure out the best type of turf for your soil and how many rolls of turf you need to order. Here’s the good news, you’re in the right place!
Jamie Bruton has been a driver with GDT since November 2019 and there’s not a lot he doesn’t know about engines. With a passion for fixing things and a self-taught mechanic, Jamie is often referred to as the ‘fixer’ in the office and is regularly called upon by his colleagues for advice on all manner of tasks.
If you have been dealing with a lawn that looks a little worse for wear despite your best efforts, it could be due to lawn disease. Lawn fungi and diseases can cause significant damage to your grass if left untreated.
When creating a thriving and beautiful garden, the importance of topsoil cannot be overstated. A nutrient-rich, well-balanced topsoil forms the foundation for healthy plant growth, providing essential elements and minerals to develop a healthy lawn, grow vegetables, or create a stunning flower bed.
Cutting your grass is an important part of your turf’s health and influences the overall appearance of your garden. When mowing becomes a reoccurring gardening task, especially during the warmer months, you want to ensure you’re cutting your grass the right way. But which is the correct way to mow your lawn? Should you mow up and down, side to side, uphill or downhill?
The most effective way to remove an ant hill is to physically remove it from the ground using a shovel or your own hands (please use gloves!). Spread the soil evenly to avoid damaging your lawn, then dig deep into the nest and apply ant killer powder granules. The granules can be diluted in water and poured over the ants or used as bait for them to feed on and return to their nest, which may be more effective in the long run.
How do you get Wildflower Turf to RHS Hampton Court Garden Festival 2023?
Did you see the Wildflower Turf at The Royal Horticultural Society’s Hampton Court Garden Festival 2023? George Davies Turf were very proud to sponsor Hana Leonard’s show garden called “Plastic Fantastic”. The garden itself was a playful and thought provoking look at how plastics are used in our gardens. The only thing that was more playful than her take on garden design was her outfit choices!
You might not associate life-saving qualities with our GDT drivers, but there’s a lot more than meets the eye when it comes to the incredible team that keep the turf deliveries running like clockwork and work tirelessly to ensure our customers receive the best possible service.
Gardening is not only beneficial for our mental health and well-being, but it’s also a great form of exercise. Furthermore, with a little care and attention, our gardens can become a peaceful sanctuary for us to enjoy. But after a cold winter, how can you look after your garden to create your very own Eden? Well, look no further than our 7 gardening tasks to keep your outdoor space in tip-top condition.
Does anything beat the smell of freshly cut grass? As dry and brighter days start heading our way, we’re all looking forward to getting outside and waking up our garden. One job we look forward to, in particular, is giving our grass that first post-winter trim.
Trimmed borders, vibrant flowerbeds and luscious green grass make the perfect setting for kids to play, relaxed afternoons or BBQ hosting during the summer months. But how can you ensure your turf is in top condition to survive the heat?
Although rain brings a lot of benefits to our gardens (and saves us the task of watering), when it comes to completing jobs outside, rain can really put a dampener on things. But if you’ve booked out time to lay your new George Davies turf, and the weather takes a turn....
We hate the thought of our customers looking out onto their gorgeous green grass and being shocked by dry, brown patches in the middle of the lawn. Where did they spring from? It’s natural to assume your turf has died, but before you start grieving for your grass, it’s important to check whether the dry patch is dead or just dormant. For the latter, the secret is knowing how to revive it!
Birds will naturally be drawn to soft fruits as well as suitable seeds and grains like Nyjer, millet, oats, and sunflower seeds over grass seeds. By placing these treats around the perimeter of your lawn, you will give them something else to snack on and distract them from your newly sowed lawn.
Spring is in full swing right now, with fewer frosty mornings, cherry blossom emerging, bumblebees coming out to play and a chorus of chirps and cheeps with every sunrise. Unfortunately, weed growth is also kicking into gear. While there are many different solutions for controlling those pesky weeds, one of the most effective and visually appealing methods is to use bark mulch.
May marks a turning point, with lawn growth accelerating rapidly. The plants are working hard to thrive, and you will no doubt want to ensure your garden is getting ready for summer. So, can you pick up speed during May and create the luscious lawn you long for?
Nothing quite transforms an outdoor space than a lush and vibrant lawn, which can reinvigorate the most barren of spaces. Adding natural shades of green to your outdoor space can make you feel closer to nature, which ultimately soothes stress and boosts your mood... but what’s the process if you require a full lawn makeover, or just want to nurture your existing lawn to full health?
British weather during spring can be relatively mixed. Temperatures gradually rise, but there is no guarantee we will not experience a shower or two. What does this mean for people looking to lay turf? Generally, it's absolutely fine to lay turf on a rainy day, you just need to make sure you’ve done your soil preparation before you order your turf, you have laying boards to work from, and a coat!
We get it – when you see that final roll of turf laid out, completing your lawn or the last part of your landscaping project, all you want to do is run around and celebrate on it! But with fresh new turf, this is the last thing you should be doing.
Turf is a living organism and like all plants, it needs regular water, nutrients, and sunshine to survive and thrive. Ideally, grass should soak up 4-6 hours of direct sunlight a day but with the unpredictable UK weather, this isn’t always consistent! It’s also dependent on your type of turf and its purpose.
George Davies Turf is up against four other local businesses for ‘Best Customer Service’ in the Milton Keynes Business Achievement Awards 2022 (MKBAA) and the winners are set to be announced at a prestigious ceremony on 23rd March 2023.
It can be easy to overlook your garden during the winter months. Many of us are spending more time indoors, but that doesn't mean our outdoor spaces have to suffer. Winter is the perfect time to give your lawn extra love and attention by laying down quality, nutrient-rich topsoil. So bundle up, put on those gardening gloves, and give your lawn a much-needed boost, ready for the warmer months ahead.
A lovely-looking lawn doesn’t come from simply mowing or watering your grass when the weather is warm. It takes a lot of TLC throughout the year. Your turf is impacted every month, whether it’s heavy rainfall, high footfall, drought or frost. So, it’s important to keep an eye on your turf and know what to do to look after it, but also when to do it.
When it’s time to update your lawn, where do you start? You know you want high-quality turfand have found a great supplier with George Davies Turf, but how many rolls of turf do you need to order to complete your project? Gardens come in all shapes and sizes, so there’s no set formula. But there are easy ways to accurately measure the different types of lawns which this article will talk you through.
A lush, thick lawn with rich shades of green can breathe life into any garden or landscape, attracting more wildlife while bringing new sights and smells into your garden. A well-maintained lawn will also provide a safe place for children and pets to enjoy the outdoors, but how can you keep your lawn fresh, thick and vibrant? Many believe that the key to success is constant mowing, but is this true?
The turf industry has been incredible in these unprecedented times, but we now need to pull together towards innovation and survival.
The last two years have been extremely challenging for the turf industry and for the growers especially who have experienced some of the toughest of hurdles. From extreme droughts, to soaring temperatures, the pressure to produce continuously strong, green turf all year round has taken its toll.
As Christmas draws closer and our to-do lists become longer than Santa’s, buying new turf for your garden or landscaping project might not seem like a priority. However, the winter season is actually a prime time for buying, ordering and relaying turf. This article explains the benefits of why you should buy turf in the winter and how you can invest now, for a fantastic looking spring garden next year.
We’ve had a relatively mild start to winter, but as temperatures begin to plunge, you may start experiencing winter die-back, often a result of sunlight and airflow being significantly reduced. Rather than accepting sparse growth and already conceding to an unhealthy lawn when spring rolls around next year, there are plenty of proactive measures you can take.
You may have spotted on our socials recently that on the 16th and 17th November, the George Davies Turf team visited and showcased at Futurescape 2022 – and we had an absolute blast! Hosted at ExCel London, Futurescape is the UK’s largest landscape expo and trade event for the horticultural industry. As the Landscapers’ Choice, we were extremely excited to be involved for the very first time.
FutureScape Expo is the must attended landscaping event in the UK. This event is held for two days filled with some of the biggest names in the Landscaping industry. The FutureScape exhibition will take place on 15-16 November 2022 at ExCeL London.
With the weather turning cold and the nights drawing in, now is the time to start thinking about giving your artificial lawn a little extra care to help it look its best throughout the winter months. In this article, we'll guide you through our top tips for keeping your artificial lawn looking its best, even in the midst of harsh weather!
With autumn coming to an end, we wanted to celebrate the spookiest season of the year before putting our gardens to bed for winter. To get you into the supernatural spirit of things, we’ve pulled together 7 spooky Halloween garden ideas to decorate your outdoor space.
We understand it might be tricky to make roots in a rental property; you don’t know how long you’ll be there, or you’re unsure what you can and can’t change. But if you’re lucky enough to have an outdoor space, no matter the size, there are so many benefits that come with making the most of your own personal Eden.
As the nights begin to draw in and the temperature drops, it's time to start examining your lawn – and after the summer we've just had, there may be some obvious signs of wear-and-tear. Even the best-maintained lawn may appear a little fatigued after everything nature has thrown at it this year. Fortunately, you can take plenty of practical steps to help your lawn recover and improve health, ready for the cold weather and possible snowfall.
A huge part of George Davies Turf’s success is down to the vehicles that allow us to swiftly deliver fresh turf from site to garden. It’s been quite a journey and transformation for our team on wheels; from George’s Peugeot 306 and trailer back in 2001, to a whole fleet of Scania trucks. So, it was extremely exciting for us to appear at one of the UK’s biggest truck shows!
When nurturing a healthy lawn, top dressing is a crucial part of the equation. It's the process of applying a mix of mix of topsoil, compost, and fine sand to the surface of your lawn. Ideally, the top dressing should closely match the composition of your existing soil, matching your rootzone profile. If you're not familiar with top dressing, don't worry - we'll take a closer look at how you can do it and why it promotes a healthy, green and luscious lawn.
As a treat for our 21st Birthday we thought George Davies Turf deserved a new facelift. Whilst we’ve been ordering and delivering turf as normal, in the background we’ve been busy making big changes. We wanted to ensure we were offering a seamless service for our customers, along with a consistent and recognisable look from our website and online presence, to our staff uniforms and delivery lorries. Showcasing who George Davies Turf really is as well as the great products and dedicated service we offer to everyone.
Many people don’t know our backstory, but our founder and owner first started out in business trading from the back of his trailer! George Davies Turf has since reached new heights to become the largest independent supplier of turf in the UK, and we have been reflecting on the incredible journey as we prepare to celebrate our milestone 21st anniversary.
Like all of us, grass and plants struggle with the heat, especially when there’s a lack of water. The first half of this year has officially been the driest since 1976; receiving only a fifth of the rainfall we’d usually expect. Which essentially means we’ve missed out on 2-3 months worth of rain. A visible reaction to this is that our lawns start to look more like the Sahara Desert rather than the rainforest green we’d prefer. So why has our grass changed colour?
We've been fortunate to enjoy plenty of sunshine recently, but with long days here to stay and hopefully several months of warm weather, many people will be considering their final gardening and landscaping tasks before summer really kicks into gear.
We’ve always made it clear that turf can be laid all year round, providing the ground conditions are appropriate. Therefore, hot and humid summer days can make the process of laying a turf a little trickier, but with a little extra care and attention, you’ll be nurturing a fresh new lawn in no time.
We've been fortunate to have enjoyed some warm weather and bright sunshine already in 2022, but with summer fast approaching, there's no better time to start laying the groundwork for the perfect lawn.
MARCH 16TH 2022 MARKED ANOTHER FIRST FOR GEORGE DAVIES TURF; WE TOOK A GROUP ENTHUSIASTIC, SKILLED AND MOTIVATED LANDSCAPERS TO MILLBOARD HQ IN COVENTRY. Millboard is market leading, high value product and you want it to be installed by someone who knows what they are doing. How do you find someone who feels comfortable installing a premium product and producing the kind of finish that product demands? You find yourself an Approved Installer!
There's no need to wait for the warm weather to start enjoying your garden. Whether you're looking to revitalise your existing space, introduce colourful plants, attract local wildlife or make a vegetable garden from scratch, we've outlined a few tips to help you create a beautiful spring garden.
Whether you’ve just moved into a new build home and have a mud bath for a rear garden, or you’ve seen your once healthy lawn waste away over a number of months or years, becoming lumpy and patchy in areas, it’s time to assess your situation, see where problems are occurring and make improvements. To begin, let us run through a few of the main reasons why you may have not been able to grow a vibrant green and luscious lawn.
Millboard composite decking uses unique resin materials for premium performance. As the world's only hand-moulded polyurethane wood-alternative decking, homeowners love the fact they can replicate the beauty of natural timber without any of its inherent flaws.
As the festive season kicks into gear and the Artic chill arrives, many people brave the colder weather and carry out the final garden maintenance tasks of the year. Things such as collecting fallen leaves, moving furniture indoors and mowing long grass to allow the lawn to breathe. That said, December is not necessarily a bad month for bigger tasks. Many people will have heard that you cannot or should not lay turf during winter, but this is nothing more than a myth.
Here at George Davies Turf, we're often asked whether a combination of lawn seed and fertiliser will deliver impressive results, particularly for people looking to thicken up thin areas and create a vibrant and luscious lawn.
It is possible to lay new turf on top of old grass; however, you're not going to achieve the best possible result. Therefore, we highly recommend you never lay fresh turf on top of old turf; otherwise, your lawn's condition will deteriorate over time as the old grass dies. There are plenty of other reasons why you shouldn't lay new turf on top, and we've touched on some of the key points below.
Following the Government’s announcement to remove all restrictions as from the 19th July 2021, we have decided that in the best interests of our staff and our customers we shall be carrying on with our procedures until further notice
Here at George Davies Turf, we’re often asked when the best time of year to lay turf is. Truth is that turf can be laid at any point in the year, even in Winter. However, if you’re looking to lay turf in the summer (as we find ourselves in now), then extra care will most certainly need to be given.
April is an ideal month for repairing any damage to your lawn. If you've spotted a few bare patches or odd spots that desperately need some TLC, it's time to bring your "A" game with a medley of tasks, such as feeding, mowing, seeding and aerating.
February has felt like May at times, especially over the past week — with parts of England "hotter than Barcelona and Rome". It's easy to get carried away as we enter March with the feeling of spring in the air; however, there will still be some frosty weather ahead, especially in the mornings. The tips below are essential if you're looking to keep your lawn fresh and healthy as the weather and daylight hours gradually increase throughout March.
February is generally a quiet month for lawn care, with the weather likely to remain very cold. That said, there are still some important actions to keep in mind, especially if you are looking to lay turf.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to evolve, it's certainly not the start of the year that we all anticipated — or hoped for. Yet, with people across the UK staying home, it's perhaps more important than ever to spend time in your garden and improve your outdoor space right now, because in turn, it can boost your mental and physical health, whilst ensuring your garden is ready to flourish when springtime rolls around.
Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on Monday evening [4th January] we have been seeking further clarification from the UK Government about the status of businesses like ours, and if necessary, how we could operate within the Government guidelines.
Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on Saturday evening [31st October] we have been seeking further clarification from the UK Government about the status of businesses like ours, and if necessary, how we could operate within the Government guidelines.
The last couple of weeks have been miserable and wet. So hopefully we get to enjoy a dry week to be back outside.
With the half term upon us, having some time at home with the kids. We don’t want to get to next spring after the cold and wet winter weather and realise everything is dead. Autumn has arrived and leaves are starting to fall everywhere making the garden look untidy. To stop this from happening we have put together a few things to do to maintain your garden. Keeping it nice and clean ready for spring next year.
Autumn is considered the best time of year to keep a close eye on your turf. Temperatures are dropping, there is less exposure to the sun, but the turf is still warm. Rain is steady, and competition from pesky weeds is at the lowest point after summer.
Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on Monday [23rd March] we have been seeking further clarification from the UK Government about the status of businesses like ours, and if necessary, how we could operate within the Government guidelines.
As you know, its been a really tough few months across the UK for families and businessess due to the extent of the CoronaVirus pandemic. Here at George Davies Turf, we kept our doors open and went about our business in a safe manner. And we'd like to thank those that stuck with us during this time. Here are a few comments and testimionals we've recieved over the past few months.
Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on Monday evening [23rd March] we have been seeking further clarification from the UK Government about the status of businesses like ours, and if necessary, how we could operate within the Government guidelines.
As we near the dawn of a new decade, it’s natural to contemplate the many changes you’d like to make to your home, garden or lifestyle in 2020. At George Davies Turf, we find that the New Year period is especially busy, mostly on the residential front, with many homeowners taking action to tick ‘new turf’ off their to-do list, so that their garden is green and beautiful for the spring and summer months.
As we’re now very much into the Autumn season, one of the common questions we get is can turf be laid during the October / November months. The answer may surprise you, as the common consensus is that turf is usually laid under warmer climates, however with more moist conditions and less humidity – Autumn is indeed an ideal time to lay Turf!
The rise in urbanisation is having an effect on our daily lives, especially those in major UK cities like London and Manchester. In terms of sheer numbers, the fastest growing city centre was London, which grew from 268,700 to 327,200. Other than the obvious effects such as an increase in congestion, overcrowded living conditions, higher house prices and added pressure on food supply system, there is also another niggling problem that’s occurring in many gardens; too much shade.
Millboard is a stunning, low maintenance alternative to natural wood decking. Handmade in the UK and styled on real oak timbers, it’s indistinguishable from the real deal. Millboard is a type of composite decking which means it’s less slippery than timber and has a wider variety of textures and finishes – making this a practical, stylish and durable choice to landscape your garden.
Once you’ve prepared your ground and laid your new turf, the trickiest job is now complete. You finally have a very luscious new lawn that will impress your visitors, adding style and character to your garden. That said, before you get too carried away and invite your friends round for a barbecue, it’s important you understand the next steps to ensure your lawn not only survives but thrives! So how many times a day must water you water new turf?
Spring is a really good time to get your garden looking great ahead of the warmer summer months so that you can kick back with a beer and enjoy the fruits of your labour, rather than wishing you had done more earlier.
Each year we have to approach how we care for our lawns in a way that suits how the weather is behaving, it is no good to have a wall chart with recommendations that we follow “whatever” the weather is doing.
Spring is a really good time to get your garden looking great ahead of the warmer summer months so that you can kick back with a beer and enjoy the fruits of your labour, rather than wishing you had done more. So, what should you be thinking about in terms of lawncare?
Feeding and fertilising are really important parts of the standard lawn care routine; they’re like the bread and butter of ensuring that your turf is healthy and thriving. They should form part of your lawncare routine all year round but when the weather begins to turn as we head towards spring it becomes particularly important. So, what are five of the ‘need to knows’ when it comes to feeding and fertilising?
Although artificial turf doesn’t provide you with the ‘real grass’ feel, the major differences do mostly stop there. There are many advantages that make this such a popular, sought after alternative, so why might our artificial turf be the perfect solution for you?
We’ve said goodbye to the festive season for another year and it’s back to reality with a bump. You may be feeling some of the dreaded January blues but it’s also a good time to start planning for the year ahead, including what you’re going to be doing with your outside space.
As you may or may not know, we also sell a range of other products that can aid you in taking care of your turf and other parts of your garden. One of these is bark mulch/ chippings which can be used throughout your garden/ outdoor space in a few different ways; we’ve explored some of these within this article.
If you live in the UK, chances are you will have been battered by some adverse weather recently. So now that the snow has mostly melted and the winds have calmed (somewhat), how can you get your lawn ship shape and your spring maintenance back on track?
When it comes to turf, it’s not just a case of natural or artificial; there are actually several different types of turf that we offer to our customers. Depending on what it is you are exactly looking for, and the environment you are looking to put it on will make a difference in the type of turf you should be buying, and it can be confusing.
Is now the time to startthinking about giving your garden a makeover ready for summer? Here at George Davies Turf we are not only purveyors of the finest turf in the Home Counties, but we also provide several other outstanding products that will aid you in sprucing up your garden.
Taking care of artificial grass is a different ball game, so to speak, and therefore you need to be armed with the right information to make sure you're maintaining yours correctly, especially during months with harsher weather.
It's a common misconception that you cannot or should not lay turf during winter. Providing that you have properly prepared the soil and the ground isn't frozen, there's no reason why you can't lay turf during the winter.
This is a question George Davies Turf are often asked, but fortunately, by taking down a few measurements you can soon find out exactly how many rolls you need, so you’ll never have to worry about being one or two rolls short when it comes to laying the turf.
You may have seen a viral news story a few weeks ago about a man in Pennsylvania called James Callender, who encountered several 'bubbles' of trapped water within his lawn - these are known as 'Lawn Blisters'.
Having perfectly mown stripes on your lawn is a quintessential, classic look for your garden, as well as being featured on tennis courts, football pitches and other sports grounds. But how does it work?
So you've spent time and money on buying and laying your new turf and other bits to make your garden the envy of all your friends and now disaster has struck - you have found mushrooms growing amongst your beautiful lawn!
Despite the heavy rainfall of the last week, we are technically in the midst of British summertime so when we do get the occasional glimpse of sunshine, why not spend some time updating and taking care of your garden?
Not only are we purveyors of the finest turf in the Home Counties, here at George Davies Turf we also stock various other products that can aid you in taking care of your turf and other parts of your garden.
Whether it be a simple BBQ with friends, a raucous birthday celebration or even a wedding reception, it's important to remember that after these kind of events there may be some damage to your lawn, particularly from the extra feet and furniture. The good news is that there are a few steps you can follow in order to prepare your garden for this.
Whether it be the intervention of Mother Nature or an unforeseen roadblock that you just didn't plan for, from time to time there may be issues that arise during your turf journey that may cause you to panic. However, there are simple solutions to the most common problems that can arise with turf...
Whilst we stock various product lines here at GDT, from Millboard decking to topsoils and fertilisers , turf will always remain our flagship item and primary passion. Over the years, we have noticed an increase in demand for artificial grass too, so it's a really good thing that we sell both! It's difficult to perform a side by side comparison as there are many reasons for using both but nonetheless it’s important to be able to recognise the positives and negatives for both artificial and natural turf so that you can make the right decision when buying. So what are the key strengths and weaknesses of each that you should bear in mind?
Here at George Davies Turf there are two key things on which we pride ourselves - great quality service and great quality products. So how do you know whether the turf you have received or are looking to buy is a quality product?
I think we can all happily agree that we are now firmly into spring, with the intermittent bursts of sunshine coupled with the arrival of the usual April showers. So what do you need to be doing in order to keep your lawn in tip top condition?!
Turf is a great thing when it comes to transforming an outside area; it can inject fresh life into the most drab gardens and create a shining green landscape across a golf course. Most people think that there isn’t really a lot to the turf itself - beyond the aesthetic appeal of it, what else can a roll (or ten!) of turf really do?..
Welcome to the new GDT Turf Blog! We decided it would be a good idea to release fortnightly blog articles, with topics ranging from adverse weather conditions to any new products/ services that you can expect to see from us in the near future.