Our Spring / Summer lawn fertiliser is formulated to give your lawn strong blades and greener growth. It will provide nutrients to your lawn for 3 months, to help your grass survive and stay super green during the hotter parts of the year. Helps avoid growth spurts in the lawn by slowly releasing the nitrogen (more on this below).
When & where to use Spring / Summer Lawn Feed
For best results, you should use this product once a year to feed your lawn in the Spring or in Summer. However, it’s usually best to use a liquid feed in the Summer so you don’t scorch the grass. Don’t do a second application within 3 months of the first.
Apply when the weather is fair. It’s best to apply in the morning or evening, when the soil is moist from dew. Don’t apply if frost is forecast and be careful not to get caught by late Spring frost.
Don’t use this product if you’ve recently sown a new lawn. Use our starter lawn feed instead.
Use this product as part of a yearly programme, which should include our Autumn and Winter products as well as a liquid feed supplement boost.
When to expect seeing results from Spring / Summer lawn feed
As this is a slow release fertiliser, the Nitrogen, which creates a thicker lawn will be released over a 3 month period. Meaning there won’t be any sudden boosts in growth. The best thing is that your all parts of your lawn will grow at the same rate, giving a better overall look.
It’s also more convenient using a feed, which releases it’s nutrients over a sustained period (like this one) because you won’t need to feed the lawn again for another 3 months. apart from a liquid supplement booster.
Some nitrogen will be released immediately and the grass will become greener and thicker with a couple of weeks.
Our slow-release technology produced in partnership with the UKs largest, most trusted supplier of feeds and fertiliser will guarantee to slowly provide your lawn with the right nutrients for a whole 3 month longevity.
How to apply Spring / Summer Lawn Feed
The simplest method is using a spreader. There are a few different spreaders you can get and the most common are either hand held or a spreader with wheels if you have a large garden.
Measure out the correct area on your lawn and sprinkle the granules evenly across the marked out area. It’s a good idea to start from one corner of the lawn and work your way across.
Application rate: 30g per metre squared