Originally Posted by Will P.C.
Contact your big university that specializes in ag. For me, it would be UGA. Someone that has likely extensively tested the product and properly vetted it out. Not saying they would have used the product, but they might have. At the very least, someone with a PhD would be objective about the science of it and whether or not in their professional opinion it would work a full X amount of days
NC State Agronomy does extensive turf trials and fertilization programs for each particular cultivar; I honestly don't have any plans to incorporate this type of thing into my lawns (mostly because it's unavailable unless you special order it.)
I just wanted anyone's thoughts that'd used that kind of product