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Old 12-12-2012, 07:38 AM
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adding some organics to a traditional program

Can anyone shed some light on this? I run a traditional program of fertilizer. usually 3-4 lbs of N per year depending on the turf. Fescue gets lime and warm season gets lime based on a soil test.

The heat takes a huge toll on our fescue and by the end of summer the fescue it pretty much burned up.

So i'm curious about switching out a traditional fert app for an organic one. I know the cost may be higher but if I can improve the soil and see great improvements if may pay off.

I use a z spray so I could mix liquid in with a herbicide round. I also thought about milorginite as a fert app, but think the rate is extremely high.

Looking for products or ideas that might work. Better times to apply?
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