Join Michael as he talks about how we used peat moss to topdress our warehouse lawn for its Autumn renovation. Peat moss as a topdress media has a number of benefits for your turf - do you know what they are?
Not all peat moss varieties are equal - contact our team today to find out more about the benefits of using Mikskaar peat moss for topdressing and which ones are best suited and safe for your lawn
Welcome back to the Turf Vlogs! We hope you've been enjoying our other content since our last video a couple of weeks ago. As autumn sets in, it's time for many people to start thinking about lawn renovation. Preparing your lawn for winter is crucial to protect it from diseases and other pressures. We take pride in maintaining our warehouse lawn to a high standard, which is why we're embarking on an exciting new project this season.
We've decided to try something different and use peat moss as our top dressing media instead of sand alone. Peat moss is sphagnum moss and organic matter that has decomposed over thousands of years in peat bogs with abundant moisture but no air. It's naturally acidic but can be sold as either acidic or neutral pH. Having worked with peat moss in the horticultural industry for years, we know its benefits for plants - improved aeration, moisture retention, nutrient retention, and overall soil structure. We're confident it will produce excellent results on turf.
Stay tuned for our next episode, where we'll dive deeper into peat moss in turf applications and share the results we've seen so far. In the meantime, visit our website or contact our team for more information. Thank you for tuning in, and we look forward to seeing you next time!