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05-18-2003, 05:16 AM
how much do you guys pay for pallets of fert, just straight n-p-k?
05-18-2003, 09:29 AM
Joking right? You left out alot of details...
05-18-2003, 03:33 PM
what would make you think im joking? what more do you need to know>? just straight fert N-P-K, no blends just fert, doesnt matter what kind you use, just trying to compare my prices
05-18-2003, 04:03 PM
34 0 0 = 6.99
0 46 0 = 9.34
0 0 60 = 6.30
46 0 0 = 7.73
20 10 5 = 6.88
20 20 10 = 8.16
price per 50# bag 1 ton minimum order
05-18-2003, 09:01 PM
Do you want quick release or slow release N-P-K. It may help you to work as a tech for someone for a short time to gain some experiance. I am not trying to slam you, its just that I've noticed a lot of your posts. We can tell you what to do on this site but that doesn't mean you can deliver it in the field. I worked for over three years for someone before I went out on my own. I still had a lot of questions. Hope this helps.
05-19-2003, 01:31 AM
I don't apply that, so my prices are irrelevant.
05-19-2003, 02:25 AM
masterpiece i am a full time student with a major in horticulture, i have 5 years in this thing as a tech and this is my second year out myself and am doing great, while i dont pretend to know everything i do know alot and itv serves me well. as for my question thanks for not answering it! the question is simple for people like you masterpunk, regular n-p-k any and all kinds no special slow release or herbicides just good ole pallets of 20-10-5 or triple 13 or whatever, just straight N-P-K!!!!!!!!!
05-19-2003, 02:39 AM
Straight N P K I don't use. So what good will this do you?
13-3-7 25% scu .37 bar $16.25
15-8-15 ^&@ .27 bar $16.25
5-5-20 &@^ .37 bar $16.25
15-3-5 50% scu .86 mach 2 $30.00
Milarginite 6-2-0 (40#) $6
30-3-10 20% scu $9
28-3-10 50% scu 3%FE $10.80
15-0-10 40% scu 4%FE $8.00
13-13-13 homo $7
8-4-24 6% FE Uflex 100% slow release $7.80
all 50# bags
Hope this helps in your quest......
05-19-2003, 02:50 AM
lgf i appreciate the prices but you guys need to understand i run a weed and fert business not just mowing, i show up once a month with n-p-k fert and charge for it! i am liquid with the chems so i dont use gran herbs, i come once a month so i dont want slow release fert, have you guys ever just done weed and fert?
05-19-2003, 09:15 PM
HEY CONTROL YOURSELF! Only offering you a suggestion. Masterpunk, please you don't even know me. I hope people quit responding to you and soon! I seen many of your type come and go. Please go!
05-19-2003, 10:44 PM
Originally posted by mr.lawnzap
lgf i appreciate the prices but you guys need to understand i run a weed and fert business not just mowing,
I don't always use just granular, I can also get 55 gal drums of 50% slow release liquid fert and it costs out to $10 an acre.
Why I don't use it often? More chances of disease, stress.
I used to use Miracle Grow 14-14-14, and also have used 46-0-0 urea. To quick to much growth, to uncontrollable.
Live and learn.
Granular stores easy, no mixing, no big tanks, no long hoses, no mess, no spills.
05-20-2003, 03:24 AM
I just purchased 4 ton of 33-0-9 2% fe 50% slow release here in Michigan $429.00 / Ton-$10.73 / bag. How do you guys stack up?
Where did you buy the 33-0-9 2% fe ? Sounds like a great deal to me.
Also LAWNGODFATHER where do you get your slow release liquid from? Thanks
05-20-2003, 10:17 PM
BWI which is a like a LESCO, and a small supplier, I mainly get everything from the small guy. He goes the extra 2 miles for me.
Does BWI stand for BIOWORKS INC? Thanks for the info.
05-20-2003, 11:58 PM
I doubt it, I don't know what it stands for.
They are out of Texarkana Texas think.
Is the slow release liquid there own product or someone elses? thanks again.
05-21-2003, 01:33 AM
It's from my small guy I buy from, I will get more info on it for you.
Thanks, Its got to be better than using feed grade urea for my only n source when spraying.
05-21-2003, 09:37 AM
mr.lawnzap, I agree with grazerZ, you left a lot out!!!!!!!!!
why don't you post what products you use, and some info about, like size, blend , sulphate of potash, ect, and maybe people who use similiar products could help you better.
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