Sir Walter DNA Certified
How do you know It’s Genuine Sir Walter?
In late 2015, Lawn Solutions Australia (LSA) commenced an extensive DNA testing process with our members to further ensure that the Sir Walter that is produced and sold by LSA members is the genuine, high quality turf product which Australians know and trust.
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Lawn Solutions Australia has launched an industry-first accreditation process, setting a new standard for best practice in the Australian turf industry.
This accreditation system ensures that you are getting the best turf, from the best turf producers in Australia. Lawn Solutions Australia uses nationally endorsed standards. Their turf producers are subject to continuous review and improvement, and all LSA turf producers are reviewed continuously.
The Lawn Solutions Australia group was formally launched at the 2014 Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show. The hand-picked group comprises of 41 of Australia’s best turf suppliers, all existing Sir Walter growers who will market a uniformly branded range of turf products and after-sales, value-add services.The Lawn Solutions Australia ‘house of brands’ includes Sir Walter soft-leaf buffalo; Eureka Kikuyu; Nullarbor Couch; Platinum Zoysia; and RTF Fescue.
LSA is also committed to researching and introducing new varieties under its brand hierarchy, having entered into exclusive arrangements with the world’s leading turf breeders and research facilities, including Texas A&M University and the University of Georgia in the United States.
So, for peace of mind that you are getting the best turf available, check out the Lawn Solutions Australia website to find your nearest outlet.
You should undertake top dressing to repair holes or uneven lawn just prior to the growing season, usually the beginning of Spring; not when the lawn plants are in their dormant phase or you run the risk of damaging or even killing the lawn entirely. Top dressing for nutrients can be applied at any time. Do not top dress on an annual basis regardless of popular belief as this will just accelerate the build-up of thatch. Avoid top dressing if rain is predicted as the wet weather will make the dressing difficult to deal with and make levelling troublesome. Read more