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Old 11-02-2007, 12:03 PM
Marcos Marcos is offline
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Originally Posted by whoopassonthebluegrass View Post
While the clumpy sounds a bit off, straight urea is the about the best thing you can do as a winterizer for cool season grass. Don't let Scott's fool you into thinking you need some crazy blend...
That's another thread! This one's supposed to be 'light' remember?
But since you brought it up!
It's not in the name of the fertilizer bag, it's about the fertilizer's 'cleanliness' overall, and most importantly it's all about the correct analysis and the % of SCU and putting it down at the right time.
Straight Urea (46-0-0) should never be applied on GROWING turf, PERIOD. It's completely irresponsible to the turf.
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