Seasol for Lawns Twin Pack
Your favourite Seasol comes in a specially developed lawns product. For a lush green lawn use new Seasol for Lawns, a liquid fertiliser and health treatment all in one. It feeds and revitalises your lawn while it conditions the soil.
The added bonus of Seasol encourages vigorous and healthy growth with enhanced root system development. It also contains a wetting agent to make sure that valuable water and nutrients can penetrate the root system.
- Liquid fertiliser and health treatment all in one.
- Feeds and revitalises your lawn.
- Addition of Seasol encourages healthy growth and root system.
- Contains a wetting agent.
Directions for use
Directions for using this 2 Litre hose-on bottle:
- Shake well.
- Remove pins from spray nozzle (pliers may be required).
- Attach hose connector.
- Turn on tap at low to medium pressure.
- Soak garden thoroughly.
- Contents should be dispersed within 10 minutes (timing and volume can be adjusted by water pressure).
- To cease operation, crimp hose and turn off tap.
- After use, replace pins in spray nozzle if any content remains
Download the Seasol for Lawns PDF guide here
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The best way to create and maintain a stunning garden is to use garden fertilisers in addition to plant tonic. Seasol seaweed based plant tonic has been used by Australian and New Zealand commercial growers and home gardeners for over 30 years.
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