You can spread fertilizer in several ways, the image shows the oldest. There is a certain habit for even distribution.
The wild plants are self-sufficient in terms of nutrition, the grass on the natural meadows is fertilized at the height of grazing animals - yet it grows and greens as it should. The fact that the cultivated plants, including the grass, require an additional supplement of nutrition, is due primarily to higher yields - in this case, denser, greener lawn.
Only cutting the lawn removes large amounts of nutrition, which must be restored - through fertilization.
Aside from the basic fertilization at the lawn plant, maintenance manure (other names, fertilizer, supplemental fertilizer, surface fertilizer) is the most important care measure, as well as the cutting.
The fertilizer of the lawn is often forgotten, you wait in vain for rain
WHEN TO SEND?
A proposal for normal maintenance can look like this:
|Time||Amount of liters per 100 m2||Fertilizer stroke|
Fertilization is done just before the rain or during watering.
Manually spreading manure is difficult and requires training. Uneven fertilizer spreading gives uneven greenery to the grass - get a good mechanical fertilizer spreader!
Maintenance of the lawn is often the subject of discussion. How early or how late in the autumn are fertilizers, the special slow-acting fertilizers are worth, their price etc.
ld th: Dangerous confusion: lime with calcium alpeters.
FERTILIZER OF FERTILIZER FERTILIZER
Different organic fertilizers derived from plants and animals, as well as inorganic derived from the bedrock.
The organic fertilizers must first be mineralized by bacteria before they can be absorbed by the plants, whereas the inorganic usually are easily soluble in the soil fluid. Therefore, organic fertilizers are always long-acting, unlike those inorganic that have a rapid effect on vegetation.
Examples of organic fertilizers are mainly different types of manure, bone meal, corn chips and blood flour, as well as specialty fertilizers like Chrysan. All seem slow and best fit for soil fertilization. The least interesting for the lawn is bone meal, corn flakes and blood flour.
The inorganic fertilizers are simple or complex. A simple fertilizer used for surface fertilization (overgrowth).
Compound fertilizers containing nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K) are called NPK fertilizers. The fertilizer, which contains nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K), is called NPK fertilizer. There are also micronutrients (trace elements) in the appropriate amount. The proportion of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium in NPK fertilizers is different depending on what they are intended for. An appropriate NPK blend for the lawn should contain so much nitrogen that you will not be able to give birth to lime calves, a means faster than others can cause burns on the grass plant if spread without rain or watering.
Note, however, that even NPK manure can cause burns, for the same reasons as for the calcareous alfalfa, and that no fertilizer must be left dry in the lawn.
A good composition NPK fertilizer is Tg-Växupp 18-4-10 (18 % nitrogen, 4% phosphorus and 10% potassium). All NPK fertilizers sold are grained and easy to spread. The same goes for the calcareous alfalfa (which, despite the name, is not a limescale!