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Old 09-26-2012, 06:34 PM
lazyike lazyike is offline
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Originally Posted by DA Quality Lawn & YS View Post
I believe you...BUT what about this year. Its so bone dry, is it not risky to throw down straight urea.

Yes but we are doing that app on irrigated lawns... On our dry lawns we are putting it down at a rate of .45# per 1000. With urea we have more of an issue with heat and not so much dry conditions, With the cooler days and longer nights we are seeing no burning. Urea will be used up by the lawns in 3 to 4 weeks giving the roots the nitrogen they need to "bulk up" before the ground freezes.
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