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The latest news from the whispering grass!

Introducing the Joe’s ‘Cultural Team’

No, we haven’t set up a team that specialises in the Arts! (although we see it as a type of art!) We use the phrase ‘Cultural’ to encompass all lawn practices without the use of chemicals – mainly mechanical processes. With the current surge in demand for ‘organic’ methods of lawn care, we have seen a [read more]

How to control & remove Moss – Tips for the most common lawn problem

Moss is one of our most common lawn problems. Mosses are small flowerless plants that typically grow in dense green clumps, often in damp or shady locations. Moss is not rooted and spreads through spore dispersal using the wind but will only establish if they land in a moist area. Factors that encourage moss production: [read more]

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Joe’s announce merger with ‘Great Grass Ltd’ – Norfolk!

+ N O R F O L K + Joe’s are thrilled to announce our merger with ‘Great Grass Ltd’! ‘Great Grass’ is a longstanding and well renowned independent Lawn Care business based in North Norfolk with coverage across the county. The business has been integrated over the past few months and will be fully [read more]

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Winter Lawn Care

Although most lawn enthusiasts retreat toward the fireplace during the winter months there are in fact plenty of issues that need seeing to…. Grass doesn’t suddenly grow a protective winter coat securing its viability from the severe drop in temperature. Within that expansive green mass there are hundreds of thousands of tiny, vulnerable plants.   [read more]

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How to remove ‘Coarse Grasses’ from your lawn…

‘Weed’ grasses are vigorous, undesirable and difficult to remove your lawn all together. All lawns can suffer from coarse grasses establishing. This can be down to several reasons, wind carrying seeds, birds etc… There are no selective weed killers that can be used against coarse grasses in lawns without also killing the more desirable turf [read more]

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