Nutrigrow CRF is a controlled release fertiliser that has been specifically designed for sports turf with its 60% polymer coated urea, 2% MgO, and NPK content of 20-0-15. We are thrilled to supply this to sports organisations across the country, along with free advice and treatment plans.
Nutrigrow CRF has been formulated to release nutrients for 4-6 months, based on an average temperature of 20C. We have seen a significant longer release period during the cooler months, which has led to Groundsmen applying the product in late Autumn. As there are still growing days over the Winter months then the nutrient will be released and feed the turf. This has led to far healthier pitches and other sports surfaces going into the Spring when turf generally looks very weak and poor.
Available in 25kg bags & 1000kg bulk bags.
How much Nutrigrow CRF 20-0-15 25kg will you need?
Purchase the correct amount of product for your requirements with our material calculator - which will tell you how much product you require.
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