Tui All Purpose Lawn Seed
Tui All Purpose Lawn Seed is a general purpose lawn seed suitable for use in all grassed areas.
Our All Purpose blend contains coated perennial ryegrass and fine fescue seed to create an attractive, resilient lawn. Added bird repellent reduces bird theft to help your lawn successfully establish.
Use Tui All Purpose Lawn Seed and follow our 3 Steps of Lawn Care, to create a healthy, green lawn.
800g covers approx. 24 square metres.
5kg cover approx. 150 square metres.
- Establish a lawn in as little as 14 days^.
- Protected from seedling diseases and bird theft.
- Blend of perennial ryegrass and fine fescue seed.
Directions for use
Wear protective clothing when applying lawn seed and wash hands when completed.
Spring and autumn are the best times to sow a lawn. To grow a successful lawn the soil needs to be in the best possible condition. Clear away existing weeds and grass. Apply a layer of Tui LawnForce® Lawn Preparation Mix 25–30mm deep to the area, to provide lawn seed with a base of essential nutrients and fertiliser. Create a level and compact area for your lawn by raking, rolling and filling in where needed. Water before sowing lawn seed.
Sow seed on a fine day at the rate of 33g per square metre. Sow in an east to west direction then a north to south direction to ensure an even spread. Rake in lightly to cover seed. Water lightly and keep moist on a daily basis while the seed germinates. Wait until it has grown to at least 5cm before mowing, so the root system has had time to develop.
A thick, healthy lawn stops broadleaf and other weeds from becoming established. After you have mown it three or four times, apply Tui LawnForce® Slow Release Lawn Fertiliser to encourage lush, thick, green growth in your lawn. Once established, fertilise your lawn in spring, early summer and autumn. Well watered, well nourished lawns will have a better chance of keeping weeds, insect pests and diseases at bay.
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Tui LawnForce® Superstrike® Easycare Lawn Seed creates a fast establishing, but slow growing lawn so you can spend less time mowing and maintaining your lawn, and more time enjoying it. Our Easycare blend includes quality ryegrass and turf fescue, for a lush, green lawn, suited to medium-high use areas.
All Tui LawnForce® Superstrike® Lawn Seed varieties feature a unique treatment which encourages fast establishment of lawn seed, so you can see results in as little as seven days^. This industry leading treatment also protects the seed from common fungal diseases during establishment, reduces bird theft and includes an additive to minimise dust.
Use Tui LawnForce® Superstrike® Easycare Lawn Seed, follow our 3 Steps of Lawn Care, and you’ll be enjoying a resilient, healthy green lawn in no time.
750g covers approx. 30 square metres.
2.5kg covers approx. 100 square metres.
Superstrike® is a registered trademark of PGG Wrightson Seeds Ltd and contains a fungicide registered pursuant to the ACVM Act 1997.
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