Grass Fertiliser

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Polish chicken

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Hi. It is getting near the time when I will be putting my two females out to graze in the day and to enjoy the warm weather having been stuck indorse all winter, anyway my question is what is a safe fertiliser to use on the grass as it really does need somthing, as last year I put it off, I do hope there is somthing as without it I don't think the grass will suvive thanks for any suggestions.
 

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Any fertiliser is basically a load of chemicals, so please put the fertiliser out before some rainfall and then wait until you have mowed the grass 3-4 times (i.e. 4-6 weeks) until the lawn is safe for any guinea pigs or rabbits.
 

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Any fertiliser is basically a load of chemicals, so please put the fertiliser out before some rainfall and then wait until you have mowed the grass 3-4 times (i.e. 4-6 weeks) until the lawn is safe for any guinea pigs or rabbits.
Any fertiliser is basically a load of chemicals, so please put the fertiliser out before some rainfall and then wait until you have mowed the grass 3-4 times (i.e. 4-6 weeks) until the lawn is safe for any guinea pigs or rabbits.
Thank you I will get something befor the weekend. Then I won't but them out befor June
 
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