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Old 05-11-2013, 05:34 PM
LawnsharkMB LawnsharkMB is offline
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Originally Posted by greendoctor View Post
I make my own based on how many lb of each element wanted per 1000 sq ft. The raw materials are 21-0-0, preferably spray grade, potassium nitrate, monopotassium phosphate, and dry soluble chelated micronutrients. I will add liquid 28-0-0 if I want a slow release N in the mix. Otherwise it is applied every 30 days to warm season grasses.
Went in JDL to check some prices yesterday and they say they don't have sprayable potassium nitrate. They have 0-0-25 sulfate of potash that I could use with soluble ammonium sulfate.

What analysis do you typically go with on centipede and how many lbs per 1000?

Also, my spray tank is only 25 gallons. Is it ok to spray fertilizer at 1/4-1/2gallon per 1000 as long as its watered in or should I plan on getting a nurse tank and spraying at 1-2 gal per 1000?
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