Evolution Naturelle Micro Spring

A premium organo-mineral slow release formulation for use on all sports and amenity turf surfaces, in particular fine turf surfaces such as golf greens.

Evolution Naturelle Micro Spring 16-4-8 contains three nitrogen sources blended to optimise consistent grass plant response at the start of the growing season. Magnesium, sulphur and iron are included to further support efficient spring growth and healthy colour.

The organic matter content and low carbon to nitrogen ratio promotes stimulation of essential soil microorganisms which further support efficient plant metabolic function and a diverse soil ecosystem.

The result of following an Evolution Naturelle fertiliser programme is a sward with firm, shorter leaf blades brought about by the increase in tillering and improvement in leaf cell structure.

Evolution Naturelle increases the number of grass leaves per square metre and the turf will lose less of its mass through mowing because the leaves tend to be short and stout rather than long and weak.

The organic matter content in Evolution Naturelle sets us apart from the competition. Providing a gradual release of nutrients after application, that stimulates a bacterial dominated soil . Each analysis stimulates the digestion of organic matter and helps the soil retain nutrients due to its high Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC).

Product analysis

Total nitrogen (N) 16.0%
Ammoniacal nitrogen 3.3%
Ureic nitrogen 11.1%
Organic nitrogen 1.6%
Phosphorus pentoxide (P2O5) 4.2%
Potassium oxide (K2O) 8.1%
Magnesium oxide (MgO) 2.0%
Sulphur trioxide (SO3) 12.32%
Iron (Fe) 0.5%
Organic matter   20.1%
Carbon to nitrogen ratio 0.6


Application Rate:20-40g/m2
Pack Coverage:800-500m2
Product Longevity:6-10 weeks
Cutting height:All turf
Granule size:1.0-2.0mm

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