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Old 11-29-2012, 08:41 AM
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Originally Posted by CHARLES CUE View Post
I though that Coron had a low salt index so burn was not a big factor.

I used to use a liquid fert that had a low salt index that you would have to put it down at a very high rate in order to have problems with burn.

In fact we would put a 1 lbs of N down in a 20 gal a acre spray solution with no problems.

Charles Cue
I was under the assumption that Coron had a very low salt index so as not to burn. I an not applying anything else other than the nitrogen during this application.

Riggle, how big a tank did you guys have when you were Trugreen. At 4 gallons per K that only gives you 50,000 Sq. Ft. with a 200 gallon tank. A lot of fills would be needed during the day with when putting down that much water.

For you guys talking about irrigation that means nothing to me as about 1% of my customers irrigate.
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