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AusGAP and the turf harvesting process

AusGAP and the turf harvesting process

AusGAP Certified turf varieties are harvested in a way to ensure a quality product is delivered to you. Regulating tensile strength, pallet temperature and harvesting colour, results in consistent and quality turf. Explore the industry standards we set for harvesting...
2021 AusGAP Scholarchips

2021 AusGAP Scholarchips

Since our inception in 2015, AusGAP – Australia’s leading turf certification program has been committed to the continual improvement of quality and production in the Australian turf industry. In 2021, we have endeavoured to continue the support, growth and development...
Soil Types and what they mean for your lawn

Soil Types and what they mean for your lawn

Australia has many, varied soil types and the type that you have in your garden can have a big impact on your lawn. Identifying, treating, and improving your soil type is easy and can have huge benefits in the health and appearance of your garden. Making sure you...
AusGAP 2020 Scholarships, where are they now?

AusGAP 2020 Scholarships, where are they now?

Last year presented many challenges for the inaugural AusGAP Scholarship recipients, as it did for everyone. Initially there were concerns whether the recipients would be able to commence their studies as planned, among many other concerns relating to COVID-19. AusGAP...
What are common causes of dry patches in turf?

What are common causes of dry patches in turf?

By Michael Sutton AusGAP – December 10, 2020. Dry patches in your turf are not all created by the same issue and some of the most common reasons for dry patch (dead spots) to occur are: Heat exposure (varied area sizes and shapes) – normally a combination of foot...