You will need
  • - fertilizer;
  • water;
  • - rubber gloves;
  • lake;
  • hose;
  • - seeder.
Before you begin the fertilization process, be sure to read the instructions on the package. Too much fertilizer can cause lawn irreparable harm caused by the strong action of the chemicals. If the plants received a chemical burn, you need to water the lawn with plenty of water. Repeat this procedure several times a day.
Deposit-feeding in dry weather, but before the rain comes. If it didn't rain, liberally pour the lawn after the fertilizer.
Do not use complex fertilizers for fertilizing young grass. Seeded lawn should be fed at the first time 12 months after sowing, and roll a little early – 6 months after its installation. Apply fertilizer, spreading them evenly over the entire area of the lawn.
If you use granular fertilizer and add them manually, be sure to wear rubber gloves and thoroughly wash hands after work, so as not to burn or skin irritation. Make fertilizer, scattering it along the lawn first and then across. Then pour the lawn with water.
For the production of liquid fertilizer, dissolve it in water, observing the proportions specified on the packaging. Use a watering can or a special container with a hose. After this fertilizer, do not water lawn for 24 hours. Liquid fertilizer acts much quicker than dry, and the likelihood of burning the plant is significantly reduced.
If you wish to achieve a high degree of uniformity in the distribution of fertilizer, use a special drill on wheels. It moved across the grass, trying not to pass on same place. After conducted mechanical feeding, it is necessary to water the lawn with water.