New lawn problems

Niall Reynolds asked 13 years ago
Hi Gerry, New to the site and have to say some great advice.I need advice on my newish lawn.I sowed the lawn last april and im not impressed with the results.Some of it is green but most of it is not great at all.Wondering if i should put fertilizer on it or some of them weed and feed products.The lawn is approx 1 acre so will need alot of it.Will try and post pics to show.Should i use a weedkiller and if so what.Getting some more top soil and should i spread it over whats there already.Any advice greatly taken. https://i282.photobucket.com/albums/k…astpics112.jpg https://i282.photobucket.com/albums/k…astpics113.jpg

1 Answers

Gerry Daly Staff answered 3 years ago
The lawn is uneven because of uneven nutrient levels. It needs feeding. On a big lawn yuou can use farm fertilizers which are cheaper. Use Urea, sulphate of ammonia or Net Nitrate to give it a boost but be careful not to overdo it as it will result in a lot of mowing.

Apply about 30gms per square metre, using fertilizer distributor, that’s almost three bags to an acre, or 4,000 square metres.

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