Originally Posted by NattyLawn
Agreed Barry, but that isn't really a valid argument from someone using Sumagreen for a few rounds is it?
Well, it's a very small investment to try some to see if it works for you. Some valid reasons to try it would be increased germination for fall renovation, deeper and more extensive root growth, thick green turf, cost effectiveness, price stability, reduced nutrient runoff, reduced irrigation requirements, reduced reliance on pesticides, reduced reliance on fossil fuels.
And sorry for repeating myself, no one product will solve all problems. Sound cultural practices are the foundation for successful turf management. In addition, it is important to consider the unintended impact our actions may have on water quality and health issues.