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    Default Bun safe grass seed?

    Anyone got any recommendations? Or anything I should avoid? This would be for them to be on and graze on so needs to be safe

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    Are you after a big bag, or just a small amount?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarahP View Post
    Are you after a big bag, or just a small amount?
    Err either tbh! I have little patches to do, but there's other bits in the garden that could do with being done too so whatever is safe really

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    I'll have a look at the bag I've used for a couple of years now... Got it from Amazon but I can't think of the brand till I see it.

    For small areas, you could try Galen's Garden. But that's way too expensive for a large area.
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    I'm pretty sure it's this https://www.amazon.co.uk/5kg-Quality...27-spons&psc=1 The piggies eat this grass. I bought some grass seed from Sainburys (own brand), but the seeds were coated in something, so I threw it away.
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    Just check that the seed has not been coated with anything. The last lot I bought was loose in Wilko, so you can buy as much as you need.

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    Ooo if that's safe I'll get that thank you

    I went to b and q this evening needed a light switch, had a look at their grass seed... All seemed to be with chemicals in

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    i think the any grass when grown would be ok (?), just be aware that seeds are usually coated in fungicide
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    Quote Originally Posted by Graciee View Post
    Ooo if that's safe I'll get that thank you

    I went to b and q this evening needed a light switch, had a look at their grass seed... All seemed to be with chemicals in

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    I'm so slow today. I read this as you went to B&Q and it was so dark in there that you felt you needed a light switch. I had visions of you peering at the boxes of grass seed in the dark.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarahP View Post
    I'm so slow today. I read this as you went to B&Q and it was so dark in there that you felt you needed a light switch. I had visions of you peering at the boxes of grass seed in the dark.


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