Non-flowering plants

Non-flowering plants

Including lawns, hedges, bamboo, herbs, leafy green veggies and ferns

Non-flowering plants such as lawns, hedges, bamboo herbs, green veggies, ferns and indoor non-flowering plants require a higher nitrogen to potassium ratio in order to promoting growth. They also need higher levels of iron and magnesium – these particular elements play a crucial role in the formation of chlorophyll, which is the substance that makes green plants green. This is why Sudden Impact for Lawns + POPUL8 – specifically developed for all non-flowering plants (not just lawns) is ideal.

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For optimal growth and health of your lawns and non-flowering plants, apply Sudden Impact for Lawns in spring, summer and autumn, and Seamungus Green in the winter.

Spring tip: When feeding your lawn, remember to apply it according to the recommended rates on the bag – if you over-fertilise in spring you’ll pay for it in summer because the fast growth will have you mowing the lawn far more than necessary.

.Sudden Impact for Lawns + POPUL8 

Sudden Impact for Lawns is an organic based, chemically boosted fertiliser specifically developed for new and established lawns along with other non-flowering plants such as hedges, palms, ferns, conifers, leafy vegetables, and herbs.

Sudden Impact for Lawns is blended into granules and then coated with the Advanced Soil Biologicals in POPUL8 so it combines the ‘best of both worlds’. Its organic base provides a full range of nutrients in a slow-release form and the carefully selected water-soluble nutrients and individual living bacteria and fungi (microbes), have been added to maximise the performance of each application.

The balance of nutrients, with the very best of raw materials and microbes is the secret to the success of Sudden Impact for Lawns + POPUL8. The ratio of nitrogen and potassium is ideal for promoting growth, the levels of iron and magnesium have been boosted and the 240+ microbes in POPUL8 help with nutrient liberation, disease suppression and growth promotion.

All these elements work together to play a crucial role in the formation of chlorophyll, which is the substance that makes green plants green. The chlorophyll molecule has the unique capacity to convert the energy of the sun into chemical energy (through photosynthesis). Ultimately, all living things – plant and animal – derive their energy, and therefore life, from solar energy through photosynthesis.

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