Lawn Dressing 30dm Bag (Premium) - 3Sixty

by 3Sixty
R 38.95


This product is limited to the following areas in Gauteng, South Africa:

  • Midstream AreaClick here to view the map for this delivery zone

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An organic lawn treatment designed to rejuvenate, feed and improve lawns to encourage better looking, healthier grass and soil.

Key features:

  • For topdressing or mixing into soil during lawn preparation
  • Organics that improve soil quality
  • Feeds for up to 3 months
  • Suitable for all lawns
  • Includes organic materials that improve soil quality

How it works

  • Lawn Dressing adds organic matter to impoverished soils to improve soil texture, moisture holding and overall soil health.
  • When applied as a topdressing, it can be used to fill hollows that may have developed.
  • Provides a healthy soil environment for sowing lawn patching and repair products.
  • Its nutrients are released at about the same rate that grass roots can take up so there is no wastage or damaging surge growth.

How to use

  1. Lawn Dressing may be spread thinly over an existing lawn alone or in combination with over-seeding to boost lawn density.
  2. Spread evenly over the grass and rake to level the area. If over-seeding, use quality seed and follow package directions.
  3. For lawns that have a build-up of dead grass under the green top growth (“thatch”), raking with a steel garden rake followed by aeration with a sturdy fork is recommended before applying.
  4. Dig out dead weeds on grass, then loosen the soil. Spread a 2.5cm layer of Lawn Dressing and mix into top 2.5cm of existing soil.
  5. Spread seed or lay turf and water frequently.

When to use

  • Topdressing an existing lawn is best done in spring and autumn, either after the heat of Summer has passed and/or before summer rainfall.
  • Sowing new lawns and patching existing grass are best done in mid spring, allowing time for the seeds to germinate and grass to establish before summer

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