Lawn-AZ gives a deep green and permanent moss-free lawn. This 100% natural lawn fertilizer is enriched with a unique blend of bacteria, fungi and protozoa. This ensures a healthy soil life and makes the lawn strong and resilient. Moss and weeds hardly get Read more
Lawn-AZ gives a deep green and permanent moss-free lawn. This 100% natural lawn fertilizer is enriched with a unique blend of bacteria, fungi and protozoa. This ensures a healthy soil life and makes the lawn strong and resilient. Moss and weeds hardly get a chance. The patented Protoplus in Lawn-AZ contains specially selected protozoa species, which are microorganisms that occur naturally in the soil. New in Lawn-AZ is the improved dust-free grain, addition of MyCorrhiza fungus for a strong root system, making the lawn more drought resistant.
✓ Provides nutrition for 120 days
✓ With extra fungi for a strong root system
✓ For a strong and resistant lawn
Leave the clippings
The bacteria and fungi are unique to Gazon-AZ. These remain in the top layer of the soil and, under optimal conditions, break down organic material such as moss residues and grass clippings in 2 days. This means that you can leave the grass clippings behind after mowing. This gives less garden waste and also serves as an extra feed for the lawn.
All sprinkled in 1 day
Our AZ-Lime, Lawn-AZ and all types of grass seeds can be sprinkled in 1 day, no waiting time between fertilizing and liming.
Spread the Lawn-AZ evenly over the lawn.
Spraying is not necessary, but it accelerates the effect.
In order to obtain a good distribution during manual spreading, it is advisable to divide Gazon-AZ in two spreading runs.
On all types of lawns.
Twice a year the following dose:
Keep 750 grams at a time for +/- 10 m2 lawn.
NPK 7-3-4 with ProtoPlus® and RhizaMax®
Period of use
Fertilize twice a year with a regular soil type:
1st fertilization from March to June
2nd fertilization from July to September
Fertilize three times a year on less rich (sandy) soils:
1st fertilization from March to May
2nd fertilization from June to July
3rd fertilization in August and September