FAQ: Do weeds grow through Artificial Grass?

Do weeds grow through Artificial Grass?

Do weeds grow through Artificial Grass? FAQ by Australian Outdoor Living
Do weeds grow through Artificial Grass?

It’s important to note that while Artificial Grass should stop most weeds from growing through, it’s inevitable that some may still poke through.

Proceed to pull them out like you normally would, or even spray them with weed killer. In this instance the use of a mild weed killer is ok.

Make sure you take extra care in ensuring that the mix is not too potent as this can damage the lawn fibers over time.

To answer this question… yes weeds can grow through Synthetic Grass, however can removed quite easily.

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Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

To answer this question... yes weeds can grow through Synthetic Grass, however can removed quite easily.
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