I get asked often if I can install a rainwater tank to act as the supply for the reticulation. Short answer… No… What you need to realise is that unless you are planning on having a massive (100 000l tank)
Remember those old holiday shacks with grass driveways that always showed the furrows where the car had been driven into the asbestos shed at the back of the property? Well maybe grass driveways are on the return. This story in
Its always nice when you get a chance to see how a garden you have worked in has developed and grown. I did some work for D & D from Quinns Rocks around 18 months ago and then went back
This is not a question with a simple answer, because the response depends on the type of sprinklers you are using and how they apply water. The goal is to get 10ml of water to your lawn/garden each time they
Then here’s an idea for you! I laid this Sir Walter turf today and the clients asked me to lay a grid of chicken wire over the top of the lawn. The wire is approx 80ml squares and the idea
You can use the good ole hacksaw, but there is a better way. The hacksaw leaves burred edges and can be unwieldy, but a good set of PVC cutters will slice thru PVC and black poly easily and give a clean
As a local business we can offer great prices on a new Retic system or a backyard Retic and turf package. If you’ve been living in a sandpit and dreading winter when it will all turn to mud then
If you use microsprays in your garden beds then they will get blocked. Its inevitable as they have very small openings and it only takes a little grit or dirt to clog them up. The fix is easy.
When it comes to watering your garden you have several choices: a) Microsprays – these are the most commonly used product as they generate a lot of water can be targeted at individual plants and are also cheap.
Here’s a very useful site on lawn care with some short snappy videos around a variety of topics. I have included a couple of the videos below: