New Lawn; Fertiliser to Use

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Keith Treacy asked 9 years ago

I have a new lawn, when sowing I spread 0-7-30, it is coming along nicely but it has some yellow patches, what should I spread now to bring it nice and green. Also, is it safe to spray a new lawn for dock leaves at this time that have grown and what would you recommend.

1 Answers

Gerry Daly Staff answered 2 years ago
Yellow patches in a new lawn can be a sign of poor soil, uneven feeding, or excessive drainage.

You can apply a light dressing of high-nitrogen fertiliser to give a boost to the grass, about 20g per square metre would be enough. If this is a small area, use an autumn lawn feed, if it is a large area, use sulphate of ammonia or other high-nitrogen feed.

Beging mowing and leave weed control until May.

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