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Maintaining the Quality of Your Lawn

Lawn Fertiliser

Lawns need treatment all year round.
Weeds, moss and diseases are a continuous threat in our largely cool,
damp climate! 

What is Lawn Fertiliser?

Lawn fertiliser is food that we apply to lawns. It is produced in both granular and liquid forms, but we largely use granular feeds due to their enhanced longevity in the soil. Professional lawn fertilisers last for 2-3 months, meaning we can provide year-round lawn nutrition from just five visits per year. 

Lawns need feeding to reach their potential. A slow-release food source improves the health, colour and vigour of the grass plant. A fertiliser programme helps lawns to outcompete weeds and moss and benefits lawns through stressful weather conditions or continuous use.

 

Regular applications of a lawn fertiliser are required as nutrients are used by the grass, all the more so during periods of strong grass growth. Nutrients can also leech through the soil following a period of heavy rain (eg winter months) making an early-spring application important.

 

Professional fertiliser applications in spring, early summer and late summer are key in any successful lawn care programme.

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How do we apply Lawn Fertiliser?

Professional lawn fertilisers are the building blocks of our Annual Lawn Care Treatment Programme. We can amend our lawn treatments to suit the needs of the lawn.

Kingsbury Lawn Care | Lawn Fertiliser | This image is of a striped rear lawn in Nuneaton in excellent condition
Kingsbury Lawn Care | Lawn Fertiliser | This image is of a freshly cut rear lawn in summer. It is a very attractive garden with sunloungers and an umbrella
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Lawn feeds are applied via two types of spreader:

 

We use two types of spreader, these being handheld and pedestrian. Our handheld spreaders are ideal for small or irregular shaped lawns. Our pedestrian spreaders are for larger lawn areas and are commonly used on sports grounds. 

The use of a calibrated spreader is vital to making an accurate fertiliser application. The granule size of fertilisers will vary along with the spread width and setting of the applicator, and the walking speed of the operator. All of these will have an impact on the rate at which the product is applied and its spread pattern.

We have seen products applied via both spreader and hand with undesired results. For a healthy lawn, it is vital that the correct level of micro and macro nutrients are applied per year, and at the correct time.

Our team are NPTC qualified for the purchase, storage, transport and use of plant protection products along with Kingsbury Lawn Care being independently audited annually as part of the BASIS Lawn Assured Scheme for complete piece of mind for our customers. 

Why do we need to fertilise lawns?

Lawns require a level of nutrition in order to reach their potential. Nutrients leech through soils following prolonged periods of rainfall, and nutrition is used by the grass when growth is strong in spring and summer in particular. With our often mild and wet winters, it is vital that your lawn gains a drip feed of nutrition all year round to support healthy growth and recovery.

DIY products are available for application to lawns which contain quick-release nitrogen sources. These, sometimes combined with a granulated ferrous sulphate, can provide a lawn with a rapid green up, along with staining and scorching if not used at the correct application rate in the correct conditions. With no slow-release nitrogen, these products must be reapplied every 2-4 weeks to see sustained results. This frequent application can overload a lawn with a fast-food diet and have negative consequences such as increased thatch production.

 

Professional fertiliser products are coated, delaying the release of nutrients and prevent the lawn from burning should rain not arrive immediately - something that we are called to correct often via a Lawn Repair and Renovation. The drip-feed of nutrients that these products provide means no flush in grass growth, and year-round health and colour for your lawn.

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Does Your Lawn Deserve Better?

We are happy to provide an estimate for lawn treatment based on lawn size (m2) over the telephone now.
 

Book in for our full lawn survey which can be carried out with your first treatment - see a stronger, greener lawn within just a few days!

Alternatively complete our enquiry form for a call back within a working day.