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The latest news from the whispering grass!

Covid-19 & Joe’s

During the current covid-19 crisis we would like to re assure you as a customer that at Joe’s Lawn Care we are taking the situation very seriously. We are instigating every precaution possible to ensure we can still deliver you the best lawn care service, whilst minimising any risk to you of exposure.   Our [read more]

Joe’s Drought Recovery

Lawn Turned Brown?! Why? With prolonged high temperatures and low rainfall, many lawns will turn brown. The lawn is putting up its natural defence to protect its root structure. When water is in short supply grass will respond by shutting down and turning brown.   DON’T PANIC  –  It will recover once we have had [read more]

How Winter Weather Can Affect Your Lawn

‘The Beast From the East’ is well and truly upon us and we hear what you’re saying – What are the implications for my lawn? Let’s answer this crucial question……   Frost  Frost on its own doesn’t cause any real damage to your lawn. It’s only when pressure is applied to the grass when it’s [read more]

Xero.com Phishing/Malware Emails

In recent days we have been made aware of several malicious software emails purporting to have come from online accounting/payment company Xero.com. These emails do not appear to be widespread amongst our customers. However, as the protection of your data is of the utmost importance to us, I thought it best to offer some insight [read more]

Autumn Lawn Pests & Diseases

Autumn has soon come upon us and with it brings a variety of potential threats to the welfare of our lawns. At this time of the year it is not uncommon to expect to see a range of fungal problems including red thread and fairy rings. Pests such as chafer grubs (shown above), leatherjackets and [read more]

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