Gro-Sure Lawn Seeding Soil

Gro-Sure Lawn Seeding Soil
  • 25% thicker grass growth
  • Added seaweed for maximum germination
  • Makes watering easy
  • Perfect for new lawns & lawn repairs
  • Size 30L

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Gro-Sure® Lawn Seeding Soil is a unique blend of fine peat, loam and sand, with added seaweed extract, designed to give grass seed or newly laid turf the best possible start. Its fine grade ensures closer seed and root contact with the compost for swift, successful germination and strong healthy grass growth and establishment.

A table showing a guide to the peat percentage used, nutrient contents and pH value of Gro-Sure Lawn Seeding Soil.

Why use Gro-Sure® Lawn Seeding Soil?

Fine particle size to ensure rapid water uptake by seeds or turf roots Free-draining to protect new roots against rotting. Added wetting agent to ensure easier and more effective watering. Added seaweed to improve grass health. Gentle feed to encourage healthy growth. Guaranteed weed-free.

Instructions for use

First put on a pair of gloves and rework soil between hands to reconstitute. Then you’re are all set!

New lawns to be grown from seed or laid as turf

Prepare the soil by clearing away any debris and weeds. Once all weeds are dead, dig or rotivate the existing soil, removing all remaining weed roots and any rubble or debris. Firm down the existing soil by treading, ensuring that clods are broken-up. Firm the soil by repeated treating and raking until you have a flat, firm surface. Spread Gro-Sure® Lawn Seeding Soil over the prepared surface, to a depth of approximately 3-4cm and level. Sow grass seed or lay turf, following suppliers directions.

Used as a top dressing

Fill in any hollows and improve lawn growing conditions by using as a top-dressing. Spread in a layer approximately 1-2cm deep all across the lawn and work into the grass using a stiff brush or the back of a rake.

Tips

Incorporate some grass seed into Gro-Sure® Lawn Seeding Soil just before using as a top-dressing, then water-in once the mix is worked into the existing grass. Frequent and thorough watering of new lawns is essential for establishment.

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