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Spring Lawn Care Guide
Well, winter has done its worst as ever and your lawn, if anything like mine, will likely have taken the usual beating of wet weather, melting snow, dogs, running children on bonfire night, the odd scrape from the local squirrel and a good stomping from good old fashioned wellies and boots.
Looking out the window now, I can see bare muddy patches, mainly where I have over-zealously scooped dog poops, the slightly frazzled bit where I set the rockets off on bonfire night, crazy tufts desperate for a mow, leaves in various stages of decomposition and some moss in the damp corner under the trees. And the squirrel has been playing with his nuts.
Spring Lawn Revive Kits
Our Lawn Revive kits are just what your lawn needs coming out of the tough winter period to give it the very best start to the New Year!
Treat your lawn for moss and weeds first, before raking out the dead moss, then use the supplied seed mix to over-seed and thicken up your lawn, ready for the rigours of spring and summer.
The Vitax Green Up MossFree lawn tonic will kill any persistent moss which thrives in the damp soils of winter and the high levels of Iron shall assist greening up your lawn.
Used alongside the Vitax Green Up Feed and Weed , both these products shall kill moss and any broadleaved weeds, whilst adding valuable Iron and Nitrogen fertiliser to the soil before you can over-seed any thin and damaged patches with the Sprogs & Dogs seed mix. Check our over-seeding guide here.
There is sufficient product supplied to treat the average sized domestic lawn twice, giving the very best boost to your lawn this spring!
Please ensure you use the Green Up products before you sow the grass seed, as raking away the dead moss will give the seed the best possible chance to achieve soil contact and allow it to rapidly fill in any bare patches caused by winter weather and wear and tear.
Use our Lawn Revive kit from March/April onwards, as ground temperatures begin to rise and there is a reduced chance of frost.