Instant Lawn After Care Guide

Your lawn is already about a year old and has been through the early traumas of germination, weed infestations, pest and disease threats and it has been mown, brushed, sprayed, fed, watered and rolled until it has become strong and mature enough to transplant to your place. It just needs some simple common sense inputs to make the transition successful:

Watering Requirements

Fertilizing your lawn


Your Easylawn comes at a fairly high nutritional status and benefits from Prelay fertilizer added to the soil prior to laying.
Some pointers:

Weed Control

Mowing


Your new lawn can be mowed as soon as the grass blades are about 40 mm high and the ground is dry. Mowing will stimulate more growth, so it is important to mow at the correct height avoiding “scalping” of the new grass blades. Never remove more than the top 1/3 of the grass blade. Do not use a mulching mower until the lawn has been mowed 5 or 6 times with a conventional mower. During the fast growing periods, it is recommended that you mow your lawn twice a week.


We recommend that you treat your lawn each March/April for Grass Grub.