Broadleaf weed control can remove a range of weeds from amenity turf to improve the visual aspect; promote healthier turf through the removal of competition for nutrients and water; and potentially most importantly eradicate species that produce prickly seeds before they flower and set seed.
Large quantities of weed like Bindii, Khaki and Burr Medic setting seed can render turf areas almost unusable, with seeds capable of causing extremely painful injuries.
Broadleaf weed control is achieved through the application of a selective herbicide. A selective herbicide is one which is designed to control certain weed species while leaving the turf unaffected. We have a large range of turf species available to us all today and not all herbicides are recommended for use on all types of turf or for controlling all of the various weed species we have to deal with. This makes correct herbicide selection extremely important to maximise efficacy on the target weed species without harming the resident turf.
A successful broadleaf herbicide application requires sound knowledge of turf and target species, quality products, correct timing and experienced, competent staff working to proven methodologies with modern and well maintained equipment specifically designed for use on amenity turf.
Herbicide, Insecticide & Pesticide Applications
Fertilising and Soil Amendment Applications
Turf Consultancy Services
Hot Water Weed Control
Whole of Maintenance; Revegetation; Clearing and Declared Weed Control; Landscape Construction; In Blooms Floral Displays