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Take the hard graft out of lawn maintenance

Did you know that there is thought to be around 10,000 different species of grass? From garden lawns to savannas, grasses are an essential part of our rural and urban landscapes.

While most landscape gardeners focus a little closer to home than Patagonian grasslands or African savannas, for the busy gardener keeping lawns looking green and lush can be time-consuming and laborious.

As well as mowing and treating the lawn with fertilizers etc. the elements can conspire to create poor conditions for lawns.

Autumn and winter can be especially trying times, wet leaves, if left unattended can form a barrier against rain, oxygen and sunlight. Snow and frost can also damage the grass root.

One way to maintain the condition of the lawn, ready for spring is to aerate it. Put simply lawn aeration is a process whereby small holes are made in the grass and soil beneath, this prevents soil compaction and allows for water and oxygen to reach the grass roots.

Lawn aeration is beneficial for any lawn but especially worthwhile for sports pitches or large expanses of grass which need to be in tip-top condition. Aerating a lawn manually requires considerable resource which is why many gardeners choose to use a Kanga lawn aerator.

Kanga mini skid-steers are well known for their ability to make light work of hard construction tasks...

Kanga Loaders are extremely versatile and an amazing 60 different attachments are available. Each attachment transforms the use of the machine turning it into everything from an excavator to a turf cutter!

The lawn aerator attachment available for Kanga Loaders features 24 hollow tines which dig down to a depth of 5”, thereby efficiently aerating the lawn. Weights can be added to increase downward pressure if necessary.

A range of other landscaping attachments are available including a high-tensile steel bucket, perfect for digging troughs, a range of augers which make light work of tree and fence planting and even a cultivator used for clearing the toughest of landscapes.

Work smarter, not harder.........let the Kanga do the work!


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