If you have the Organic Booster with your first order, the best way to apply would be the Organic Booster first and roughly 1 to 2 weeks after apply the planned feed.
To keep your lawn healthy and in tip top condition a steady supply of quality nutrients is a must. Without this supply the grass will not perform, re-growth will be slow and the roots will be weakened leading to disease and bare patches.
Our liquid feeds need to be applied by a sprayer. Any brand will work perfectly with our plan and we advise getting a sprayer with the right litre capacity you need for your lawn size.
Simply put, our years of experience. From working on some of the best sporting venues in the world and with a combined 30 years in the industry we think we've figured it out.
Our plan is designed to build a healthy, strong and disease resistant lawn so there is currently no weed control. We advise to manually remove any weeds or if your weed problem is more severe please get in touch for advice.
Yes. Our liquid feeds are child and pet friendly. We do however advise to keep them at a distance whilst mixing and applying and allow a day before going back on the grass to allow time for the foliar uptake to take effect.
We’ve designed a plan for results 12 months a year. This is achieved by 6 liquid applications, one every 8 weeks.
The bottles are recyclable. Wash out thoroughly before recycling.
Our nutrients will improve soil health, encouraging thicker and fuller grass growth. However, our lawn feed doesn't contain any grass seed so any significant bare areas will require reseeding.
So & Mo grass seed is coming very soon.
Anything with iron can stain so wash it off immediately. If you have any issues please get in touch for more advice.
Our lawn feeds will not affect your plants at all. There is a lot of crossover between lawn feed and plant feed so do not worry if any goes on your plants.
We would advise against applying our products in the rain as the product needs time to make contact on the leaf. Spraying in the wind is very inconsistent so it is best to wait for calm weather conditions.
Yes, but we know you won't want to.