Kynock Premium Organic Lawn Soil

Preparing for and establishing a well-manicured lawn starts with a good base. We have the perfect blend of soil to get you started. Our 25% compost lawn soil is made to be the ultimate spec for a healthy lawn. Can be used whether you are seeding or sodding. It is also a lawn repairs miracle worker.

Best For:

  • Lawn seeding
  • Lawn sodding
  • Lawn repairs


Lawn Soil FAQ

What is the best soil for a lawn?

The ideal soil for a healthy lawn is a loamy soil that is rich in organic matter, well-draining, and has a pH between 6.0 and 7.0. This type of soil provides the right balance of nutrients, moisture, and aeration for grass to thrive.

How can I improve my lawn's soil?

There are a few ways to improve poor lawn soil:

- Add compost or other organic matter to improve nutrient content and drainage

- Test the soil pH and add lime or sulfur to adjust it to the optimal range

- Aerate the soil to improve oxygen flow and water penetration

- Top-dress the lawn with a thin layer of high-quality topsoil

When is the best time to prepare lawn soil?

The best times to work on your lawn's soil are in the spring or fall when the grass is actively growing. This allows the soil amendments time to integrate before the peak growing seasons.

What nutrients does lawn soil need?

Lawns require a balance of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, as well as other micronutrients. A soil test can determine the specific nutrient needs of your lawn so you can apply the right fertilizer.

How deep should lawn soil be?

For a healthy lawn, the soil should be at least 6 inches deep. This provides enough room for the grass roots to establish and access moisture and nutrients.