The Turfgrass Growers Association

Formed in 1995, the TGA comprises some 50 companies (including affiliates), collectively responsible for producing approximately 70 per cent of the cultivated turf grown in the British Isles and supplying specialist knowledge and infrastructure to that industry.

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Spring Don’t get caught out with early growth, keep an eye out for when you need to mow and make sure the blades on your mower are sharp, also give your turf some spring fertiliser. If you have bare areas you can over-seed or patch up. You might neeed to scarify to get rid of moss and thatch. If your lawn has yellow or bare patches you can apply a fertiliser to aid growth. Seasonal Turf Care Summer Established lawns do not require watering, remember brown lawns are cool. Summer fertilising can be important, if your grass needs it and try to keep on top of your mowing, go green and compost your clippings. Seasonal Turf Care Seasonal Turf Care Autumn Clear leaves and tree debris to avoid a patchy lawn and watch out for brown patches this could be an indication of a fungal disease, if fungal disease is found seek advice from your local garden centre or a local advisor. Don’t mow if your lawn is waterlogged and apply fertiliser to your lawn to ensure it has enough nutrients. Winter This is a good chance to take a well-deserved rest. You could take this opportunity to redefine your turf edges. Watch out for brown patches this could be an indication of a fungal disease, if fungal disease is found speak to your local garden centre, or a local advisor. Let snow clear naturally to prevent damage to your lawn. Seasonal Turf Care

TGA Industry Affiliates

Industry affiliates help the TGA stay at the forefront of raising the standard of the cultivated turf supplied to professional and domestic customers. By constantly seeking to improve the standards of TGA members through unity of purpose and the sharing of knowledge and new ideas. Find out more about becoming a TGA affiliate, please click here

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