Originally Posted by greendoctor
I am very impressed as well. What I do see though, is not a nitrogen green. That is the kind of green from giving grass the right form, rate and ratio of micronutrients. Technically, my soils test moderate to high in iron. However, that iron is never available to the grass. If I want green, I had better be spraying iron, in addition to the NPK. It had also better be chelated.
Here's the analysis info.
10-20-10, from Urea, diammonium phosphate, phosphoric acid, potassium hydroxide and other trace elements that are not listed.
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