How do I get rid of leatherjackets?
Ah leatherjackets in your lawn, the lawn-lovers arch enemy. These pesky pests will make their way into your lawn almost without you noticing – until random yellow dead patches appear in your lawn!
How to level your lawn
An uneven and bumpy lawn can not only be difficult to manage, but it can also become a bit of an eyesore on our usually insta-worthy lawns! A lawn that is uneven across the surface can cause problems when it comes to maintenance, mowing and even growing.
How to plant grass seed
Planting grass seed is not difficult, and you will find it's easy if you plan ahead. To help you with this, we will cover a few essential tips to ensure you know how to plant grass seed. Our advice will make sure you get the most out of your garden lawn from the moment you choose your grass seed to your very first mow!
Do I need to aerate my lawn?
Whether you are a lawn care connoisseur or a bewildered beginner, you may have heard about aeration and are wondering if it is needed to maintain green and healthier grass. So, should it be a regular part of your lawn regime? Let’s find out!
What is red thread and how do I get rid of it?
If you are a grass fanatic like us and know your lawn inside out, it will become very obvious when some of your usually green grass turns to pink and red instead!
Should I top dress my lawn?
When it comes to topdressing your lawn, there always seems to be some confusion (and controversy!) about what is best to use – and why and when you should do it.
How to care for a fine lawn
For some folk, the lawn is the epicentre of all family activity – and for others, the sole centre of all your attention!
Weed grasses and how to get rid of them
If you love and care for your lawn just as much as we do at icanlawn.com HQ, then you’ll notice when something isn’t quite right with your normally perfect turf.
All lawns are vulnerable to disease and despite lots of care, some are simply out of our control! The most common diseases you are likely to come across in your lawn are Red Thread and Damping Off throughout the year at various times, and Snow Mould in the winter.