Dogs like to dig and digging, unfortunately, even in their own garden. In this reference, thanks to the Lawn Reinforcement Mesh a lawn or meadow was protected from digging & digging attacks of dogs. If a lawn is heavily used, whether by children, animals, etc., it can happen that the turf is damaged and or holes are dug. In both cases, the lawn is damaged so that the grass can not grow properly and the roots can not regenerate. This can be easily changed!
Dogs like to dig & burrow
In addition, depressions or hollows in the soil are caused by dogs digging and burrowing. To avoid these annoying holes in the ground, our lawn nets come in different sizes and weight classes. The Lawn Reinforcement Mesh RN640 used here has a weight per unit area of 640 gr/m2, recommended for dogs are 450 g/m2 to 1000 g/m2.
Roll out the protective lawn net on the existing lawn
First, the lawn should be mowed as short as possible, 30mm would be recommended here. The Lawn Reinforcement Mesh can then be simply rolled out and roughly laid, then fine-tuned and cut to size. After that, you can start fixing and anchoring the Lawn Reinforcement Mesh.
Lawn Reinforcement Mesh anchoring in the floor
Especially in the beginning, the Lawn Reinforcement Mesh should be anchored in the lawn with a U-shaped Ground Anchor until the grass has grown over it. This means that the longer the Lawn Reinforcement Mesh is in place, the more it sinks into the turf and grows invisibly into the lawn.
Is it still possible to mow the lawn?
Yes of course, no matter if you mow with a lawn mower or a mowing robot, you should wait with the first mowing after the laying, until the net has settled a bit and the blades of grass have grown to 50mm to 40mm and then only mow down to 40mm.