Tough Stuff Lush Lawn
- Best For Pets Grass Seed
- The toughest grass seed for pets
- Fills in dog urine patches fast
- Strong and speedy growth within 10 days
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Simply enter the length and width of the area, to calculate how much you need.
Is your lawn looking 'ruff'? Our strongest grass seed yet will put up with all of your pooch’s antics and more! Containing the toughest grass, this mix will withstand every skid, scrape and scuffle. Dog pee can also leave you with a green and yellow polkadot lawn, but our fastgrowing mix will have those patches repaired in no time. Tired of having a substandard, patchy lawn? Swap it out for our Tough Stuff Lush Lawn!
|Sowing rate (New Lawn)
|50g per m2
|Sowing rate (Overseeding Existing Lawn)
|35g per m2
|Recommended mowing height
|20 - 40mm
Use our guide to find the correct setting for your lawn seed spreader.
Thank you for your question. It is best to keep traffic off the lawn for as long as you can while the seed grows. It takes 6-8 weeks for your lawn to be fully grown, so keep this in mind when deciding to sow.
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Thanks for your message. All grass will succumb to the high nitrogen content in dog urine if not diluted with water. Yellow / burnt / dry patches appear on your lawn when your dog urinates. The nitrogen in the urine burns the grass, and no grass will withstand this. However, if you water the area where your dog has urinated, the nitrogen will not burn your lawn and will instead act as a lawn feed making your grass very green. Likewise, if there is rainfall during this time it will have the same effect. If you have missed this step and have burnt patches in your lawn, you should repair them with a hard-wearing, fast growing seed - such as our Tough Stuff Lush Lawn.
You can use our guide to help you repair these spots http://icanlawn.com//how-to-repair-patches-in-your-lawn
I hope this helps - if you have any other questions please email us at email@example.com
Alex, Customer Care
We also have guides on how to repair damage caused by dogs, which you may like to check out: