Establishing your new lawn Prepare the ground Remove stones and rubbish. Loosen the soil by digging or milling. Good drainage is important and soil treatment will help. Create even surface Level the soil if needed by rolling or treading the soil. Rake the soil Rake the soil. The better you prepare your seedbed, the better your lawn will be. 2 WEEKS NPK 1 cm Keep the soil clean Remove any weeds that appears during the following two weeks. Ensure all weeds are dead to avoid a later invasion into your new lawn. Sow the seed You can sow it any time from spring to early autumn. Sow in two directions. You can use a seed drill for an even spread. Soil temperature must be above 7°C unless you are using a mixture with Quick Action ® . Provide fertiliser Add fertiliser and cross rake to evenly distribute your fertiliser, to stimulate the nutrient release for good establishment and root development, and to get the seed into the soil. Sowing depth For good germination and establishment the ideal sowing depth is between 0,5 and 1 cm. Irrigate During dry periods, keep the seedbed moist by watering with a fine spray. 5-7 cm 3-4 cm 1 ST 2 ND Mow the lawn The cutting height at the first mowing should not be less than 5 to 7 cm. Slowly lower the cutting height to an ideal height of 3 to 4 cm. Sowing tips For all mixtures you should sow 1 kg of seed for every 30 to 40 m 2 . For best results, sow in early spring, late summer or early autumn.
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