Q1: Do I need to add any fertiliser to the grass seed?
A1: Quite often there is enough residual fertility in the soil to help the young grass plants grow. Do not use strong fertilisers weed and moss killers for 24 weeks after sowing seed as young grass plants are tender and might be harmed.
Q2: Can I use my lawn spreader to sow the seed?
A2: Use our easy-to-use spreader settings table to set Scotts® and EverGreen® spreaders correctly when using our products.
Q3: When can I expect to see the shoots coming up?
A3: In ideal conditions germination starts in 4 days with a small root appearing soon followed by the grass blade. If the soil is cooler germination will take longer, maybe up to 28 days.
Q4: I have some grass seed I bought 4 years ago, can I still use it?
A4: Grass seed has a limited shelf life and where possible we recommend the use and purchase of new season’s stock. Our seed has a very high viability when packed and providing it has been stored in cool dry conditions it will last for 2 years after which germination will decline.
Q5: When is the best time to sow grass seed?
A5: Grass seeds need a high enough soil temperature in order to germinate, so wait until all frosts have passed and we are starting to see much warmer night temperatures. Usually between March and September. Avoid sowing grass in very hot and dry conditions; equally avoid cold conditions to get the best results.
Q6: Why is it called ‘Fast Grass’?
A6: Due to the special seed blend, germination is quick and can be expected in just 4 days under ideal conditions. The special coating holds nutrients that stimulate the seed to develop and grow.
Q7: What is the coverage?
A7: The coverage per each pack size is as follows: 450g carton = 15m², 2.4kg carton = 80m²,6kg bag = 200m².