Garden 2001 Lawn Max contains: 10% of nitrogen (N) in the ammonium and amide form (including: 5.0% of nitrogen (N) in the ammonium form and 5.0% of nitrogen (N) in the amide form), 8% of phosphorus (P₂O₅) soluble in mineral acids, 6% of phosphorus (P₂O₅) soluble in neutral ammonium citrate solution and in water, 2.5% of phosphorus (P₂O₅) soluble in water, 12% of potassium (K2O) soluble in water, 5% of calcium (CaO) soluble in water, 3% of total magnesium (MgO), 25% of sulphur (SO3) soluble in water, 0,015% of copper (Cu), 0,9% of iron (Fe) and 0,025% of zinc (Zn).
Garden 2001 Lawn Max:
- Provides effective nutrition of the lawn throughout the entire vegetation period,
- Ensures correct growth and development of grass, proper compactness and turf tillering and
- an intense green color,
- Prevents moss growth,
- Increases the resistance of grasses to diseases and frost,
- Facilitates the scheduling of lawn care works (concentration of all the essential nutrients in one granule).
Garden 2001 Lawn Max is a specialized highly concentrated horticultural fertilizer intended for the fertilization of lawns. High nitrogen content provides intense green color to the fertilized lawns. The iron and calcium contained in the fertilizer prevent moss growth. It is suitable for the fertilization of all grass types, and especially of decorative and representative lawns and heavily used lawns (sports pitches).
The fertilizer is particularly suitable for the fertilization of lawns during the spring and the summer. It should be spread out over the entire surface of the lawn and then watered.
Fertilization may be repeated 2 to 3 times, at the latest in August.
|Application||Fertilizer dosage [kg/10m2]|
|heavily used lawns||0,8 – 1,2|
|universal and decorative lawns||0,4 – 0,8|
In case of moss presence it is also recommended to use the Garden 2001 anti-moss fertilizer in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations.
Depending on the intended use of the lawn, it is recommended to apply the Garden 2001 lawn MAX fertilizer in early spring before the start of the vegetation period (March, April), then in May or June, and at the latest in August.
A single dosage of the fertilizer should not exceed 0.4 kg/10 m2. The last application should be carried out no later than in the second half of August, since later application of a fertilizer containing a large dosage of nitrogen leads to reduced frost resistance of the grasses.