The perfect feed for new turf









This will do the trick if you’re overseeding or laying new turf: it’s packed full of goodness to help new grass feel at home. So often fertilizers can scorch young grass, but here nutrients are released slowly to avoid that danger and to help it grow evenly and steadily. It’s rich in everything young grass needs: : nitrogen to promote establishment and dense growth, phosphate to help roots grow stronger. Sportsmaster® CRF Mini Start features our patented eqo.s® technology for 2 – 3 months of nutrient release, and it’s partly uncoated to ensure your grass gets some goodness straightaway.

ICL proudly introduces the new, revolutionary, fully biodegradable coating technology for
its controlled release fertilizers (CRF) in
turfgrass: eqo.s® It contains a fully
biodegradable coating that breaks down very quickly, leaving no trace behind.
Future-proof turf management starts here!

  • Specially formulated for overseeding or laying new turf

  • Grass establishes rapidly and grows evenly and healthily

  • Controlled release to avoid scorching

  • Contains eqo.s release technology

Recommended Rate: 20 – 25 g/ha

Trial first on a small scale before changing the rate, or any other variables. As circumstances can differ and the application of our products is beyond our control, ICL cannot be held responsible for any adverse results.

Apply to dry foliage.
Watering-in after application will help with granule dispersion, give a quicker initial effect, and minimize footprint trails.
We recommend applying after aeration programs such as hollow tinning, slitting, and/or scarification to prevent granule damage.
Do not apply during frosty or drought conditions.
If spilled on pavement, concrete, clothes, etc. brush off immediately as it can stain. Contains iron: do not apply in case of risk of contact with concrete, marble, stone, fabric, or swimming pools.
If you need more information, please contact your technical support.

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