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    Hydration Lawn Treatment

    Dry Lawn Treatment

    Greensleeves use a professional wetting agent, which is the latest tool to help with the management of water in lawns and provide a professional dry lawn treatment. It has been developed to help solve the two main water-related problems facing lawns today – the lack and cost of suitable irrigation water, and dry patch.

    Greensleeves’ wetting agent used in a hydration treatment works in the soil to ensure the optimum use of available water. The technology allows applied water to efficiently enter the soil. It gives complete coverage deep down into the root zone, ensuring the benefits are evenly distributed into the whole rooting area of the lawn.

    Hydration & Aeration

    We recommend that hydration, or dry lawn treatments, are completed following an aeration treatment. This could be either hollow tine aeration or spiking. It’s only in combination with aeration that our wetting agent can effectively tackle dry patch and other causes of dry lawns.

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      Specialist Treatments

      Select from the links below to view information relating to our additional lawn care treatments.

      A full, intensive programme designed to completely transform an extremely damaged lawn.

      The creation of small voids in the lawn to facilitate the growth of healthy grass.

      The application of a specialist wetting agent to manage hydration in a lawn.

      The application of specialist treatments to help control diseases occurring in your lawn.

      The application of specialist treatments that can help control lawn pests as they occur.

      A specialist treatment that can give your lawn an instant and dramatic “green up”.

      Efficiently tackle weeds on pathways, driveways and patios.

      Keep your patios, paths and decking clean from algae and mould.