Originally Posted by WestGaPineStraw
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Fe and K are always good during those times, as long as its not 100 degrees and no rain.
We had a blistering drought here for almost 3 months. I am talking NO rain and many days over 90 degrees.
Many companies just like Nitroman and so many others were out applying under these conditions!
Please explain why you would even walk or ride on a lawn this stressed and then how Fe and K improved the quality of the drought sticken turf?
Also explain how the Fe and K gets into the plant (becomes soluable) with no rain and the turf being dormant?
What data do you have to support these applications?