Hoselink's 3-Day Green Lawn Fertiliser is a first-class health and well-being remedy suitable for all lawn types. From the first application, you'll be able to enjoy richer, greener grass in just 3 days!
This expertly prepared rapid-release nutrient blend includes nitrogen, magnesium, iron and potassium essential for feeding and replenishing your lawn to ensure it's in peak condition above and below ground. In a lawn formula first, we've also added potassium fulvic acid to assist with bacterial action in the soil and to help with water retention.
The use of a wetting agent in the application process not only allows for extensive coverage reaching all critical feeding points but allows essential nutrients to enter the root system directly at the source.
Regular application stimulates healthy growth for a lush green lawn year-round; conditions the soil; improves root system development, and reduces foliage stress in rough weather conditions.
Directions for Use
- Fill the watering can with water
- Mix the required amount of 3-day green into the solution. For a 9L watering can, use 50ml of 3-Day Green Lawn Fertiliser.
- Spray evenly over the lawn.
Hoselink Fertiliser Spray Mixer:
- Shake well before use
- Pour concentrate into Hoselink’s Fertiliser Spray Mixer.
- Flow reducer required - unscrew the bottle and remove the siphon tube, then unscrew the brass pin from above the selector dial and push it into the top of the siphon tube. Reassemble.
- Select dial 6 and walk slowly using a sweeping action just to wet the grass and apply evenly over the lawn (This setting will give the correct breakdown with water and a coverage of 225m² for 1.25 Lt of product).
Expert Tip: Best applied shortly after mowing and when rain is not expected.
225m² coverage and proudly made in Australia.
Once diluted, fertiliser is pet and child friendly.
When to fertilise
You can apply the 3-Day Green Lawn Fertiliser anytime during the growing season, allowing approximately 6-8 weeks between each application. Avoid application when rain is expected or when the temperature is over 30°C.
For more information about fertilising, read our in-depth guide on the Backyard Living blog here.