22 MARCH 1957, Page 25


Even before the lawn will bear a mower, and grass is growing fast at this moment, good work can be done by pricking out weeds such as plantain, dandelion and daisy and worm-casts can be brushed out with a broom. Fertiliser in the form of sulphate of potash should be applied to weak grass on light soil. Where the ground is heavy bone meal and superphosphate are advisable.