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About The Turf Growers Association of WA

The Turf Growers Association of WA (TGAWA) was established in 1992 as an association of turf growers and allied businesses governed by Rules, a Code of Ethics and a Code of Best Practice.

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The Australian lawn has been a part of our culture for many years and there is nothing we like more than spending time with the family in our own backyard.

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  • From this ……to this………..in just 6 weeks - The Turf Growers Association WA has worked collaboratively with the Water Corporation to build this really good little guide on “How to bring your brown lawn back to life”. The usual reflex with a brown lawn is to give it a good soak, but it’s not just water your lawn needs to survive the heat.… Continue Reading
  • Sprinkler TIP - Avoid using a combination of sprinkler types in a single irrigation station. Each sprinkler type distributes water at a different rate. Without uniform sprinkler types, you may find brown patches appear on your lawn. For example, pop up sprinklers generally take between 13 and 20 minutes to put down 10mm of water, while rotary sprinklers… Continue Reading
  • Summer Tip - With the heat of summer upon us, it’s time to check if you’re irrigating your lawns and gardens effectively. The best way to measure whether you are applying 10mm of water per irrigation is by conducting a catch cups trial to measure your irrigation output. Catch cups are available free from your local Turf Growers… Continue Reading

The Sports Turf Association (WA) is a highly valued industry partner with whom the TGAWA is proud to be associated. Our associations have worked collaboratively for many years with the best interest of the if the WA Turf Industry at heart. This unique partnership has resulted in collaboration to fund the WA Turf Industry Executive Officer and broader recognition of the two associations as the combined WA Turf Industry.

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Green Space Alliance Western Australia

Green Space Alliance WA is the WA alliance of organisations working to engage stakeholders, including government departments, local government and the community to influence creation of quality parks and gardens for a liveable state via innovative urban design, landscape architecture and outstanding landscaping projects.

One voice of GSA is acknowledged by numerous state government departments, as the point of reference for green infrastructure matters.

Green Space Alliance Vision Statement

To live in a community that values green spaces at its core which delivers benefits to everyone through improved health, wellbeing and livability by using innovative water and urban planning solutions.

The Turf Growers Association of WA is a proud member and supporter of the Green Space Alliance WA

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www.environmentalscience.bayer.com.au/~/media/PRFAustralia/Resources/Turf%20Poster.ashx Another little resource for you all from the TGAWA website. The Bayer Turf Weed, Pest and Disease ID chart can be accessed at the link above. If you click on this link the poster will come up in a very readable format and can be zoomed in upon if necessary for identification purpose, and treatment options. See MoreSee Less
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Look out for Fall Army Worm especially in your newly laid turf. This pest is reportable if you do happen to see it in your lawn. Fall Army Worm has only recently entered Australia, it has moved throughout the country at the speed of light and can decimate your lawn over night. The adult moths move on the full moon and can travel hundreds of kilometres at a time. We have, for years, had problems with standard army worm in healthy and especially new turf in warmer months here in WA. You may be experiencing issues with these pests too right now. Either species can be eliminated in your lawn by using an unscheduled product called Acelepryn. It is not often that you will see our association talk about products and significantly chemical products for obvious reason. This product however is recommended because it is an unscheduled treatment, "that can be applied with absolutely no concerns for the health and safety of applicators. On the environmental front, the inherent behaviour of the product is to stay exactly where it is applied. It doesn’t move into adjacent areas, doesn’t move into flowers, doesn’t impact native wild life and won’t harm pets using the surfaces". If you are concerned that you may have an infestation of Fall Army Worm, please do report to the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development – Agriculture and Food as per below photo. #pests #fallarmyworm #armyworm #destructive #lawns#turf #eatingeverythinginsight See MoreSee Less
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Armyworm are in epidemic proportion this year. If your lawn literally goes brown overnight, it’s likely to be this critter. Acelepryn is an unscheduled treatment, meaning that it is environmentally and physically safe to use, and it’s the one treatment that will stop these little buggers in their tracks, before they decimate greenery. See MoreSee Less
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When feral piglets get into Greenfields & Bullsbrook Turf Farms and Perth TurfFarm overnight. Thankfully not mass destruction as can happen, but still a clean up has to be undertaken. Some farms have lost full bays of turf overnight! Hopefully these destructive beasts don’t bring the whole family back tonight! #feralpigs #biosecurity #destruction #turf See MoreSee Less
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Timeline PhotosNow it’s April It’s time to dial your irrigation controller down to 60%. As the seasons change, so do the watering needs of your garden.Most irrigation controllers have a setting called ‘seasonal adjustment’ which takes the guesswork out for you >> bit.ly/WC-SprinklerSettings See MoreSee Less
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