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PostPosted: Wed Sep 08, 2010 5:48 pm    Post subject: Autumn Lawn Feed for large lawn. Reply with quote

Hi, looking for advice on feed for a large lawn. I was checking in a garden store today and they have a 4in1 for €25, but only covers 400m2. I have almost an acre of lawn. I thought the idea of Autumn feeding was to keep the N down, yet this feed had 14-X-X ?

I have just scarified the lawn. Its patchy in the sense of large areas have a lot of clover, so nice and green, other areas are pale and sparse (they were quiet thatchcy - which is now fixed).

In Spring and Summer I have given it a feed of 10-10-20. It takes two bags to do the lawn. Would this be suitable at this time of year or should I spend the money on a something more suitable?

Thanks again
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