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Old 02-23-2014, 05:49 PM
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Originally Posted by americanlawn View Post
Welp -- it ain't gunna be powder blue or powder grey like the old days. I still remember my pants being stiffer than a board.

For most lawns >> R-1 will be 17-0-5 50% XCU (Agrium) with 0.38 Barricade. R-2 will be slow release fert with several other nutrients to retain turf color/health during late spring. Barricade is a no brainer for us, cuz it has never let us down. Same with our post emergent weed controls -- got that nailed down too.

It's the "nutrient issue" that I need to learn more about. Problem there is -- so many variables. Even land grant universities and fert companies disagree. (and I can't blame them)

Still waiting for my FREE T-shirt
Larry,

Would be good if the Land Grant Universities and Fert. companies could "Bridge" an agreement LOL.

Totally agree with Barricade and it is still my favorite too.

Have a great season and continued success towards green turf with less N inputs.
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