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Spring Fever: How to renew your turf in the blooming season

I think most of us can agree that spring is one of the most beautiful times of the year, especially on the East Coast of Australia. This season is often described as the rebirth, renewal, and awakening of natural flora and fauna. The days are becoming longer, the weather is getting warmer and the time…

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Improve Your Lawn: Fixing Dry Patches and Thinning Areas

Looking for garden care advice on how to fix your patchy and thinning lawn? Luckily for you, we have all of the lawn care and Turf Tips you need to have your garden looking lush and green all year around. Symptoms of a patchy and thinning lawn are easy to remedy. In our latest blog,…

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How to Host Your Own Backyard Cinema Night!

Now that the weather is starting to warm up again, there’s no excuse to stay inside for your next movie night! Imagine laying back on the grass with a few blankets and pillows, surrounding by friends and an abundance of snacks, watching a movie in your very own backyard cinema! Perfect, right? Well lucky for…

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Your Guide to Turf Types: What’s best for your lawn?

It might seem simple enough, I mean, grass is grass right? Not really.. Certain turf types can thrive or take a dive in your backyard depending on how much direct sun your yard gets, your soil type, where you live and more. We thought we would put together a handy guide on the types of…

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Are you coming to LawnFest 2018? 🌱🌱

Have you heard of LawnFest 2018? This event has been put together by Australian Lawn Fanatics #auslf to celebrate the glorious start to spring and raise awareness for the Empower Golf Charity. It will be hosted right here on the Go Turf Farm on 20 October! Everyone is welcome and there will be a BBQ, fun and games…

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Allergy sufferer? Make sure you lay a low allergy lawn

Many of us know the pain of having allergies, and there’s a certain time of year when everything gets even sneezier and itchy; spring! That time of year when everything is flowering, the rain shifts all the dust and pollen in the air and you have that constantly stuffy nose, itchy, watery eyes, and non-stop…

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Turf Wars Competition Winners Have Their Yard Transformed By Go Turf

Mark and Sue Irwin spent 12 months building their perfect home, but by the time they finished, they didn’t have money left over for the lawn. So, they entered our Go Turf ‘Turf Wars 2’ competition and were lucky enough to win! Check out the video below and see what they have to say about…

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A Mowers’ Dream: Keeping Your Mower Blades Sharp

It’s something that’s easily neglected, especially during the cooler months, but keeping your mower blades sharp will have a huge impact on your lawn. Dull and worn out blades will rip and pull your grass, leaving frayed and damaged lawn. We have spoken before about how to maintain your mower, but we thought we would…

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Turf Lovers: Don't let your lawn down this winter!

Did you miss the Autumn lawn care rush? Not to worry, there’s still plenty of TLC you can do this winter to ensure you lawn stays as green and healthy as can be throughout the winter months. We are lucky on the sunshine coast to have mild winter, but while we are snuggled up inside,…

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Winter is setting in… be aware of Nature Deficit Disorder (AKA Couch Potato Syndrome)

With winter truly setting in and the days becoming shorter and cooler, it is important we make the most of the daylight hours by spending time outdoors. With it getting dark straight after work Queenslanders spend a lot more time indoors, especially in comparison with the rest of the year, potentially exacerbating the problem. The…

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