Yates Lawn Repair
Yates Lawn Repair is a premium-quality seed for your lawn with a mix of the couch, fescue and quick germinating ryegrasses along with slow-release lawn fertiliser. This special formulation is designed and manufactured in order to repair bare and patchy lawn areas. The slowly released fertiliser helps in the growth of new seedlings when they start to develop and grow. This additionally encourages your existing lawn to be healthy and greener. It also contains bentonite, a special ingredient, that assists with retaining moisture which further aids seed germination.
So, you do not have to worry any further about your loved lawn. Just apply this product, water in and voila! Watch your damaged lawn disappear and new looking lawn appears that has thick, strong, long-lasting grass. If you need other lawn enhancing fertilisers, check our product range.
- Perennial Ryegrass 50% by seed count
- Annual Ryegrass 40% by seed count
- Creeping Red Fescue 5% by seed count
- Unhulled Couch 5% by seed count
- Blend contains: 20% (by weight) slow release lawn food (22% Nitrogen, 5% Potassium, 2% Iron), 30% (by weight) Bentonite, a granular soil improver
Directions for use:
Step 1: Cut the existing lawn down to expose the soil of the area you wish to repair. Make sure you remove any weeds in the area.
Step 2: Lightly rake the area to loosen the soil, optionally laying down a fertiliser such as Dynamic Lifter Organic Lawn Food to improve the soil around the desired area.
Step 3: Scatter the Yates Lawn Repair, with the first half of the product scattered in a north-south direction and the remaining half in an east-west direction. Rake into the surface, in one direction only to ensure a more even result.
Step 4: Water the patch/new lawn regularly making sure the area is kept moist at all times.
Also, avoid traffic in the area until the lawn is well established.
Best sowing times: For best results sow in early autumn to allow the development of a deep root system prior to the first summer. Sowing in spring is also an ideal time, though more watering may be required throughout the first summer.