Prepare your lawn for autumn – test for soil pH imbalances

AS the temperature changes this autumn, so too should your lawn care.

Even self-proclaimed turf masters can be thrown by the onset of autumn — your lawn’s growth rate slows, and patches of brittle or limp looking grass can appear.

Turf Australia president Ross Boyle explained pH imbalances in soil can often be blamed for unhealthy looking turf, and why autumn is the ideal time to identify and correct this issue.

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