Winter Lawn Care in Tamworth: Expert Tips from New Lawn Turf

Proper winter lawn care is essential to keep your grass healthy and vibrant in Tamworth. Despite mild winters, occasional frosts can affect your lawn. Key tips include limiting foot traffic on frosty grass, regularly cleaning debris, monitoring moisture, using slow-release fertilizer, and managing pests and diseases. Aerating the soil, applying pre-emergent herbicide like Oxafert, and maintaining your mower are also crucial. Planning ahead for spring ensures your lawn thrives. For expert advice and high-quality turf suited to Tamworth’s climate, trust New Lawn Turf.

As winter settles over Tamworth, it’s easy to think your lawn might not need much attention. However, proper care during the colder months is essential to ensure your grass bounces back healthy and vibrant come spring. At New Lawn Turf, we’re here to guide you through the best practices for...

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Winter lawn care tips for Buffalo Grasses, Couch Grasses and Kikuyu grass.


  Buffalo Grasses: Buffalo grass is a warm-season grass known for its ability to tolerate drought and extreme temperatures. During winter, Buffalo grass enters dormancy and turns brown or straw-like in colour. This is a natural response to cooler temperatures and reduced sunlight. It's important to avoid excessive foot traffic...

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Oxafert – Pre-Emergent Herbicide and Fertiliser Kill weeds before they show! You can control summer weeds as well as winter weeds with a pre-emergent herbicide such as Oxafert. The beauty of Oxafert is it stops weeds appearing, plus it contains a fertiliser component as well to give your lawn a lift....

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What's the best turf for Tamworth NSW?

  WHAT GRASS TYPE IS RIGHT FOR YOUR HOME IN TAMWORTH? There are several different grass types available in Tamworth NSW but there are a few things that need to be taken into consideration before choosing the right grass type for your lawn. Have a look at the types of...

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A guide to understanding why your lawn is going to seed and how to help stop them from appearing in your lawn.

Different types of turf produce a different looking seed head, it can make your lawn very unsightly at different times of the year and making it difficult to know what a seed head is or what is a weed. In this blog we look at the most common types of...

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