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Old 04-17-2013, 12:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Exact Rototilling View Post
On one of my accounts I acquired last Autum that looked like it was struggling I really poured on a heavy application of 20-7-14 slow release right at the same time as irrigation blowout along with a core aeration.

I have pics that will be used for my "don't pull the plug on your lawn this Fall campaign".

The client was hesitant about to but agreed.

I have never been such a happy camper mowing tall grass in the Spring.

...anyhow long story short NO SNOW MOLD & ZERO NEED FOR POWER RAKING.
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Congratulations on your success in moving your community forward...

Interestingly enough THAT is what is recommended for cool season grasses...
http://turfdisease.osu.edu/turf-dise...-fertilization

I might be careful of the "slow release" part of your Fall application,,, becuz ideally,,, you don't want the residual of N releasing prills first thing in the Spring, just as the snow thaws... something to consider...
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