Please be aware that deliveries on Pallet Quantities may take up to 5 working days
1/4 Pallet = 240 Kg (12 Bags)
1/2 Pallet = 500 Kg (25 Bags)
Full Pallet = 1000 Kg (50 Bags)
100% Homogeneous Mixture
Meaning the composition is uniform and every part of the granular has the same properties & amount of feed.
Giving a total balanced feed all the time in every part of your lawn.
A Mini Granular creating less waste from the lawn mower pick up as the small particles easily make contact with the soil
a lot quicker than larger granular fertilisers left lying on the top of the grass.
This is a slow release of 8-10 weeks feed so treatments are down to 4 x a year.
Widely used by Professional lawn care companies and green keepers .
Our recommended spreading rate is-
25-35g per m2
Please contact us if you require assistance or have any questions about our product.
One of the easiest fertilizers to apply correctly and evenly is the granular type. As you spread the tiny pellets, they are easily visible across the grass blades. A solid watering across the entire lawn forces the fertilizer down into the soil. You can let your pets back onto the lawn after 24 hours have elapsed from the last time you saw granules on the grass blades. A full day allows the fertilizer to soak deep into the soil and provides evaporation time for the water.
To be absolutely sure that the lawn is devoid of remaining fertilizer residue, you can wait until two days or 48 hours have passed after the fertilizer application. If your region is sunny during this time period, you know that the water used with the fertilizer has evaporated; granules or liquid fertilizers are deep into the soil by this point. Rainy days after application help move the fertilizer even deeper into the soil, although you may need to apply fertilizer more often after a rainy period.
You must apply the fertilizer as the manufacturer instructs, or the grass may hold the residue for an extended amount of time. Pets pick up the residues on their fur and paws and can quickly ingest them. Consult a professional landscaper for custom fertilizing instructions is the best way to stay safe if you are unsure of the application amount.