What is the Best Lawn Fertiliser? - Lawn Solutions Australia

What is the Best Lawn Fertiliser?

When looking at lawn care products, the first thing that likely comes to mind is fertiliser – what is the best fertiliser for my lawn? In this blog, we look at what exactly fertilisers are, the different types of premium quality lawn fertilisers that are available, and when you should use them on your lawn.

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What is Lawn Fertiliser?

Your lawn is like any other plant. It needs oxygen, water, sunlight, and nutrients to thrive. If your soil is lacking in nutrients, it won’t be able to perform to its full potential. Fertilisers can be used to help replace missing nutrients.

The 3 main macro-nutrients your lawn needs to thrive are nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium otherwise known as NPK.

Nitrogen is largely responsible for the growth of the leaves and is the most talked about nutrient when it comes to lawns.

Phosphorus is largely responsible for root growth.

Potassium is a nutrient that helps the overall functions of the plant perform correctly. Potassium also helps the plant use nitrogen efficiently.

Lawn Fertilisers usually contain other micro-nutrients like iron, calcium, sulphur, zinc, manganese… the list goes on!

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Different Types of Lawn Fertilisers

There are many different types of lawn fertilisers available, from liquids to granular, slow release, fast release, and controlled release.

Granular lawn fertilisers are a popular option and are easy to apply. Granular options are usually available as a slow release and will deliver nutrients to the lawn over a certain period. They are best spread out using a fertiliser spreader to help apply the product evenly.

Liquid lawn fertilisers will provide much quicker results as they are absorbed into the leaf blade of the grass. They are best applied to a lawn using a knapsack or pressure sprayer.

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When to Apply a Lawn Fertiliser

Granular lawn fertilisers are best applied 2-3 times a year. Once in Spring, Summer, and Autumn. We recommend using the long weekends as a guide on when to do this, October long weekend, Australia Day, and the Easter long weekend.

Liquid lawn fertilisers can be applied more frequently as they are absorbed and used by the plant faster. Monthly applications of liquid fertilisers are usually recommended when active growth is present or when nutrient deficiency symptoms are visible.

What are the Best Lawn Fertilisers?

Lawn Solutions Premium Fertiliser is a granular lawn fertiliser that contains a combination of slow and fast release granules that will give your lawn a quick initial boost and will continue to feed the lawn for up to 12 weeks. This is a well-balanced lawn fertiliser that contains all the essential nutrients your lawn needs to stay healthy and is suitable for all lawn varieties.

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Exceed Liquid Fertiliser is a great liquid lawn fertiliser option. This liquid fertiliser will give your lawn a quick boost as it is absorbed by the leaf of the grass. Exceed Liquid Lawn Fertiliser is available in both an easy to use hose-on product, as well as a concentrate for mixing in a garden sprayer or knapsack.

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Exceed Liquid Fertiliser – Hose-On

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Exceed Liquid Fertiliser – Concentrate

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