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Organic fertiliser key points
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Organic fertilisers offer multiple benefits
Fertiliser NPK packaging solutions:
Fertiliser NPK 16-4-8
7350 00309 0243
16.4.8 +2MgO + 0.5Fe
20 - 35g/m2
714 - 1,250m2
8 - 14
8 - 12 weeks
2 - 5mm
30 pcs︱1 EUR-pallet. (120 cm x 80 cm x 180 cm).
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About organic lawn fertiliser NPK
There are several reasons why using organic fertiliser instead of chemicals is beneficial for your lawn:
Environmentally-friendly: Organic fertilisers are derived from natural sources such as plant and animal waste, compost, and bio-based materials. They do not contain harmful synthetic chemicals or additives, making them environmentally friendly. Chemical fertilisers, on the other hand, often contain harmful substances such as phosphorus, nitrogen, and pesticides that can leach into the groundwater, polluting water sources and harming aquatic life.
Soil health: Organic fertilisers improve the overall health of the soil. They provide essential nutrients to the plants in a slow-release form, allowing gradual absorption without burning the roots. They also enhance the soil structure, improve moisture retention, and promote beneficial microbial activity, ensuring long-term sustainability and fertility.
Improved plant quality: Organic fertilisers support healthy plant growth by providing a slow, balanced nutrient supply. This often leads to stronger root systems, increased disease resistance, and improved overall plant vitality. Chemical fertilisers, on the other hand, can cause rapid but weak growth, making plants more susceptible to pests, diseases, and environmental stresses.
When should i apply organic fertiliser?
Organic lawn fertilizers can be used throughout the year, but the ideal time to apply them is during the growing season. This is typically in the spring and fall when the grass is actively growing. Applying organic fertilizers during these seasons helps to provide the necessary nutrients for healthy lawn growth. However, it is essential to read the instructions provided by the specific fertilizer brand as the recommended application times may vary.
How do you apply organic fertiliser?
- Choose the right time: Apply the fertiliser during the growing season, when the grass is actively growing. This is usually in spring or fall, depending on your location.
- Test the soil: It’s helpful to test the soil before applying fertiliser to determine its nutrient needs. You can buy a soil testing kit from a local garden center or send a sample to a laboratory for analysis.
- Choose the right organic fertiliser: Select a type of organic fertiliser that suits your lawn’s needs. Common options include compost, manure, bone meal, fish meal, or seaweed-based fertilisers. Read the instructions provided by the manufacturer for the correct application rate.
- Prepare the lawn: Mow the grass to a shorter length than usual before applying the fertiliser. This ensures that the fertilizer can reach the soil and reach the grass roots effectively.
- Apply the fertiliser: Spread the organic fertiliser evenly over the lawn using a spreader or by hand. Follow the recommended application rate mentioned on the fertilizer package. Be careful not to apply too much, as this can cause damage to the lawn.
- Water the lawn: After applying the fertiliser, water the lawn thoroughly. This helps to activate the fertiliser and allows it to penetrate into the soil and reach the grass roots. Watering also helps prevent any potential burning that may occur if the fertiliser sits on dry grass for an extended period.
- Maintain a regular watering schedule: Keep the lawn adequately watered following the application of organic fertiliser. This will help the grass absorb the nutrients and achieve the desired results.
- Repeat the application: Follow the instructions on the organic fertiliser package for reapplication. Typically, organic fertilisers need to be reapplied every 4-6 weeks during the growing season to maintain healthy and vibrant grass.