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Canada 'Green' amazing grass seed mixture sprouts and covers super-fast - in just 14 days! Guarantees you a lush, green lawn quickly and easily! The incredibly hardy grass mixture that's proven itself on golf courses throughout the U.S.A. and Canada is now available to you, and it grows so quickly and easily!
  • Just scatter seed for a picture-perfect lawn starting in only 14 days
  • Developed in Canada where temperature ranges from 40o below to 100oF
  • So hardy, it even stays green through foot traffic, drought, heat, freezing cold, even under heavy snow!
  • Saves you work by crowding out weeds.

    Growing Instructions:

  • Cultivate the soil to a depth of 3 to 4 inches (7.6cm to 10cm)
  • A soft, moist soil with a warm environment is best for seed growing.
  • Rake the soil, break up all clods and remove the debris and rocks.
  • Broadcast seed mixture uniformly. If using a spreader set at indicated dial on chart.
  • Lightly rake seeds to make sure seeds reach into the soil to a depth of 1/4 inch (0.64cm).
  • Water thoroughly with light spray frequently. Soil must be kept moist until the new lawn is well rooted. Don't wash seeds away.
  • Do not mow lawn until grass reaches 3 inches (7.6cm) in height

    Application rate 500g per 18.6m2 (1.1lbs per 200sq. ft.)
    Guide if using a scotts lawn spreader guide setting is 6 for new lawns 5 if reseeding.

  • 50% Creeping Red Fescue - Variety Boreal
  • 25% Perrennial Ryegrass - Variety Nui
  • 25% Smooth Stalked Meadowgrass - Variety Balin

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  • Q:

    Problem lawn under a tree

    Hello Crocus, I wonder if you could help me? I spent one very energetic afternoon last spring laying new turf in my garden. It took brilliantly, rooted and was lush and green for a while. However, there is a big sycamore tree in my garden that takes a lot of the water from the ground, and before the summer was up, the bottom half of the garden (where the tree is) was brown and dead. Do you have any tips for either reviving the lawn (if this is possible), as I don't really fancy digging up the garden again to lay new turf, or what can I do to prevent any new grass dying (don't think that using huge amounts of water is that ecological!) Any pointer gratefully received. Thanks, Anna
    Asked on 15/4/2010 by Anna Vickerstaff

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    • A:

      Hello Anna, I'm afraid that a top quality lawn needs water, light and nutrients and these are things that it won't be able to get under a well established tree. Therefore you will have a constant battle on your hands to get it looking good and it will need to be replenished each spring. If you don't want to lay new turf, then you can put some seed down. Firstly rake the area with a wire rake to help break up the surface of the soil and then sprinkle the seed down. Make sure you keep off the area and keep it will watered until it has had a chance to become established though. I'm sorry not to be more help. Helen Plant Doctor

      Answered on 16/4/2010 by Crocus Helpdesk
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