Organic CleanLawn

Organic CleanLawn consists of 100 % natural ingredients. Besides the important main and trace elements it contains a unique combination of naturally occurring mycorrhiza fungi and soil-revitalising micro-organisms that ensures particularly strong and healthy roots and plants. The mycorrhiza fungi increase the surface area of the roots by up to 150 times. As a result, they are able to absorb water and nutrients more effectively. This promotes resistance to drought and frost. The result: the lawn's growth is dense and strong, thereby suppressing moss and weeds in a natural way. 3 in 1 Organic fertiliser derived from natural raw materials – fertilises the lawn , improves the soil and has an indirect action against moss.
  • Organic compound fertiliser NPK 9-3-5
  • Fast acting and continues to feed for up to 100 days
  • For a thick and green lawn that naturally suppresses moss and weeds
  • With Mycorrhiza fungi to promote strong roots and plants with improved resistance against drought and frost
Application:
  • Scatter 50-100 g/m², 2-3 times a year by hand or with a fertiliser spreader
  • Use from March to June, additionally in September/October
Packaging sizes: 2.5 kg carton8 kg bag
FAQ:
I don't feed my lawn so that I don't have to mow it as often. However, weeds have now started spreading.
Do I have to spread the fertiliser with a fertiliser spreader?
Can my pet go onto the lawn again after I've fertilised with Organic CleanLawn?
What should I do with my grass clippings?

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4005240136010 Organic CleanLawn 2 5kg 2011
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4005240136720 Clean Lawn 8 kg GB 2050 RGB
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Safety data sheets
Organic CleanLawn
Organic Clean Lawn SDS 2021-12 EN
Press copy
Neudorff-health-wellbeing-Feb 2019