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Aftercut Ultra Green Plus

Aftercut Ultra Green Plus lawn feed and iron supplement feeds and conditions grass from root to tip. Perfect for a greener, stronger and healthier lawn.

  • Rapid greening within 3 days
  • Prevents moss
  • Helps create a stronger and tougher lawn
  • No scorch formula
  • Improves lawn health and colour
  • Available in 80sq.m spreader, 100sq.m and 350sq.m

Why Use?

Aftercut Ultra Green Plus has added Iron & Magnesium for deep greening action. It feeds all parts of the plant without a surge in growth and promotes tillering for a stronger, thicker lawn.


When to Use?

Apply every 3-4 weeks from February to October when grass is actively growing. For use on established lawns (3+ months old). For best results apply to the lawn after mowing.

For best conditions apply when the soil is moist and the grass is dry. Do not use during drought, freezing or windy conditions.


How to Use?

Apply either by hand or spreader.


Apply the granules thinly and evenly to ensure the same result across the entire lawn. Mark out the areas to be treated. The standard application rate is 35g per sq. metre. However, in early spring and autumn the rate of application can be increased to 50g per sq. metre to boost the lawn and to aid with crowding out moss.

By Hand

Apply the product at the correct amount evenly over the marked area.

By Wheeled Spreader

Use the correct spreader setting or calibrate your spreader to apply the correct amount


To Finish

Brush off granules immediately from hard surfaces, decking, clothing and footwear to avoid staining/discolouration. Do not wash surfaces clean as this may cause staining.

General Advice

To minimise scorching risk, water granules in well within 48 hours after application if no rain falls. Some temporary blackening may be seen on heavy moss infested lawns.


What to Expect?

After 3 days the lawn will become greener and healthier. Regular applications will create a thicker, hard wearing lawn and help suppress weeds and moss

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