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New to me - Lawn, Root Zone ?

Discussion in 'Lawns' started by HarryS, Mar 20, 2017.

  1. HarryS

    HarryS Eternally Optimistic Gardener

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    I have just found a large aggregate company about 3 miles from me . They do sell to Joe public. Looking through the product list they have "Root Zone " , now I have never heard of this. It seems by googling it's a lawn top dress mix. Has anyone used this ?
     
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    Has anyone used "Rootzone" ? Or is this a new first for GC :snorky:
     
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    Hi Harry, we have used rootzone, loam/sand mix, very free draining and almost stoneless. Mixed with a little "fine" compost, it makes a good seed sowing mix. Lawn dressing seems a good use for it too (but not having a lawn?) :)
     
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