Norlake Lawn Fertiliser
Norlake Lawn Fertiliser is a special blend of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium with iron, suitable for use on lawn or turf areas. This blend contains the essential ingredients to protect and encourage a rich green lawn.
Norlake Lawn Fertiliser is recommended to apply every six to eight weeks during the key growth periods of spring, summer and autumn.
N - P - K 8 - 3 - 3 + Iron
- A fertiliser specially formulated for lawn and turf areas.
- For new and existing lawns.
- Improves green growth and strengthens roots.
Directions for use
- Two weeks prior to sowing lawn seed, apply no more than 70 grams per square metre.
- Rake gently then water thoroughly.
- Apply 140 grams per square metre of lawn.
- Water thoroughly.
Note: 1 cup is approximately 250-300g.
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