To ensure successful germination it is essential to apply a starter fertilser when sowing your grass seed. The key major elements of NPK will provide the required nutrients to get the seed off to a good start.
Phosphorus stimulates root growth while potassium aids in building the body of the plant to enhance disease resistance.
The nitrogen levels are lower as the new grass doesn't require any extra colour boost.
Ideal for the use on newly sown lawns or instant lawn areas
- NPK = 5 : 6 : 6
- Application Rate 2 – 3 kg/100m2
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Why have a Great Lawn?
Lawns help us to relax, are aesthetically pleasing and reduce glare and traffic noise. Lawns help beautify the landscape and provide a sense of community pride.
How do I prepare for a new lawn?
Firstly you must prepare the ground to a depth of 10cm remove stones and debris to make a suitable seedbed. Roll or rake the surface until a firm surface is achieved. A Starter Fertiliser can be raked into the surface before seeding.
What are the benefits of a lawn?
Lawns provide a relatively safe area for children to play and are a low cost ‘injury prevention’ surface for games and sports. They allow rainfall to replenish groundwater for trees and shrubs. They are effective in soil erosion control.
When do I fertilise a lawn?For newly establishing lawns Starter Fertiliser which contains Nitrogen and extra Phosphorus is ideal for root establishment. A high analysis fertiliser for leaf and stem growth should be used after establishment.
When should I first cut my lawn?
Let the grass grow to a height of 5 to 6cm before the first cut and then only reduce the height by a third.