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Turf For School Sports Fields: Why Choose Kikuyu?

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Regular physical exercise and education is a mandatory part of the school curriculum across Australia. An outdoor sports field gives children and teenagers a great place to play a variety of sports and get enthused about their physical fitness. However, for a school sports field to be safe to use year-round, it must use a suitable type of turf. Kikuyu turf is an excellent choice for any outdoor sports field, and it is especially suitable for schools. Read More»

Using Corporate Office Cleaning to Control Infections

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As any employer knows, once an infection breaks out in your workplace, it can bring your operation to a grinding halt. Because of this, it’s in your best interests to get outbreaks under control as soon as you can. One way to achieve this is by using a corporate office cleaning service. Whether it’s for COVID-19 or another communicable disease, here are some reasons to turn to corporate cleaning. Effective Tools Read More»

How to Create a Practical Garden Where the Terrain May Say Otherwise

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If you love to maintain an outdoor garden but have recently moved into a property that’s built on sloping land, you may face a problem. How can you create a new outdoor masterpiece to grow flowers and vegetables when the soil is likely to be washed away when the rainy season comes around? In a situation like this, you may need to be creative and “chop” your garden space up into sections instead, but how can you go about this so that your gardening will be a pleasure and not a pain? Read More»

5 Ways of Controlling Environmental Erosion

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Erosion occurs when wind, water or ice carries away and deposits material in another place. While erosion is a natural process, human activities can accelerate it. This blog post will discuss five ways of controlling environmental erosion. Read on to learn more! 1. Construct retaining walls to prevent soil from washing away You can use walls and dams made of rocks, concrete or brick to slow down or stop water from carrying away soil particles. Read More»