Originally Posted by dadoorsron
They have 10's of thousands of customers to take care of. Most lawn care companies if they could would be out in Feb. throwing fertilizer done to add profit.
Crabgrass germinates when soil temps hit 60 degrees for 7-10 day (Purdue University study) Soil temps in northern Illinois have averaged 55.2 and have hit 60 once this past week.
I have too much work to do so let's waste money and materials on frozen ground with the added BONUS of polluting lakes, rivers and streams...
CG doesn't germinate in Decent grass anyways,,, so all thousands of lawns continue to be sub-standard year after year???
LCOs need to EDUCATE clients about the wise use of Pre-M,,, by first learning the wise use of it themselves...