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Old 04-02-2006, 11:56 AM
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Originally Posted by lawnguy26
If your just looking for a green-up, you'd probably be better off with a granular fert. Less likely to burn your lawn.
I agree, Granular is the way to go, I would recommend following a four step program like Scott's, or Vigarro. If you have a local farmers co-op I would definetly check it out. The local one here, Intermountain Farmers Association or IFA has a four step program specific to local soils and temps, for about 1/2 the price of Scott's.
Don't use a drop spreader!!!!!Your lawn will look like Tony the tiger's back side!! Use a broadcast spreader apply at 1/2 the rate going one direction then 1/2 rate again going the other direction, this will prevent striping.
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