Scotts Lawn Builder Extreme Green Fertiliser

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Available in: 1L liquid and 2.5kg granular

Scotts Lawn Builder Extreme Green Slow Release Fertiliser is a fast acting that will green your lawn in just three days and continue to feed for three months. The nutrient-rich fertiliser is suitable for all grass types.

It contains boosted levels of nitrogen, iron and magnesium to feed and green your lawn. The nitrogen sources within Extreme Green are highly soluble and are available immediately to the grass plants to provide a rapid greening response.

Scotts Lawn Builder Extreme Green is pet and child friendly.

The 1 litre bottle provides coverage of up to 180m².
N - P - K  22 - 0 - 6

The 2.5kg bag provides coverage of up to 150m².
N - P - K 28 - 0.4 - 8

Benefits

  • Greens your lawn in three days and feeds for three months.
  • Contains boosted levels of nitrogen, iron and magnesium.
  • Suitable for all grass types.
  • Pet and child friendly.

Directions for use

Scotts Lawn Builder Extreme Green Fertiliser - Liquid:

  • Apply anytime during the growing season. Avoid using when rain or temperatures over 30 degrees are expected.
  • Shake well before use.
  • Attach sprayer, slide thumb switch to the ON position.
  • Walk slowly using a sweeping action to distribute the spray evenly over measured lawn area. When finished switch to OFF position and turn off water.

Scotts Lawn Builder Extreme Green Fertiliser - Granular:

  • Apply anytime during the growing season. Avoid using when rain or temperatures over 30 degrees are expected.
  • Apply 16g/m² of your lawn.
  • Use a Scotts spreader to prevent over-application. If applying by hand, ensure even distribution.
  • For best results apply to moist foliage, wait 24 hours then water in thoroughly.

    Notes:

  • New lawns in establishment and old tired lawns alike will benefit most from this application.
  • Well fed and manicured lawns will only show a slight greening as a result of current nutrition availability.
  • Sweep access granules off paths, paving and driveways to avoid iron stains.

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