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Old 10-22-2013, 10:07 AM
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Originally Posted by Smallaxe View Post
If your turf uses up a 1/2 of a pound of Ammonium Sulfate before the ground freezes then it may have been a good decision...
Assuming such a thing could be proven, under what circumstances would it not have been a good decision? And, of what value is that information in making a recommendation or decision for next year since we do not know the actual freeze date in advance.

Originally Posted by Smallaxe View Post
An important 'toolbox' question is:
"What happens to Ammonium Sulfate if it just sits on the frozen turf for 5 months???"
I don't know and surely never will - not from experience anyway. Someone who would do such a thing is probably slinging urea. Wondering what I said that would raise this question. You do like to repeat yourself until everyone else agrees or drops it. Perhaps it is that?
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