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Old 06-04-2001, 09:16 PM
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You could get the same 8% N by applying 32-5-7 with 50% coated urea
at a 1/4 lb of N rate or 50lbs for every 64,000 square feet.

Plus it will cost you 70% less to get the same amount of N. Plus you will handle 75% less material. One ton of 8-8-8 = 500lbs of 32-5-7.

Just apply some starter fertilizer at the end of the season to make up for the P and the K.
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