Munns 10kg Golf Course Granulated Lawn Fertiliser

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Munns Golf Course Green Granulated Slow Release Lawn Fertiliser
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Product Description

This Munns Golf Course Lawn Fertiliser provides long lasting resistance to the rigours of dogs and children playing, whilst maintaining lasting growth and deep green colour. Golf Course Green provides instant greening and long lasting value, feeding up to 12 weeks with a premium form of slow release technology

Golf Course Green can be used on all lawn varieties including Buffalo and on instant turf types after 1 month of laying and is ideal for large areas such as a tennis court.

  • Feeds up to 12 weeks
  • Can be used on all lawn varieties including Buffalo and on instant turf types after 1 month of laying
  • Contains the most premium form of slow release technology on the market
  • Longer lasting growth and deep green colour
  • Longer lasting resistance to the rigors of dogs and children playing

Product Details

Model Name
Munns Golf Course Green Granulated Slow Release Lawn Fertiliser
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:350 H:520 L:130
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:350 H:520 L:130
Bag Size (kg)
Coverage Area (Sq Mt)
Fertilizer Type
Grass Type Suitable
All lawn varieties including Buffalo
Longevity (weeks)
Moss Control
Pre-emergent weed control
Season use
All year round
Time release
Water Soluble
Nitrogen Analysis (N)
Phosphorus Analysis (P)
Potassium Analysis (K)
Added Wetting Agent

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