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Old 03-22-2003, 02:19 PM
timturf timturf is offline
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Location: central virgina, transition, plant hardy zone 7a, and heat index zone 7
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A great reply, and very informative to our members. Did this come off your head, or did you look up. Doesn't matter, a great reply!!

Calcium cyanamide, educate me!

I assume you mean below 50 degrees soil temperature the microorganism become inactive, and any win in uf is basically unavailable.

HWIN fraction in uf usually breaks down in 1 yr, but a very small amount can take years!

Timothy J Murphy Specializing in Quality Turf
Bs in Plant and Soil Science
Almost 40 yrs exp., 20 as GC superintendent
Primarly work with cool season turf
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