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Old 11-01-2013, 11:13 PM
Nitroman Nitroman is offline
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Lbs. N per k winterizing?

So this will start a sh#t storm of a thread perhaps. But the norm we have all usually been taught is .75 to 1 lb per k of nitrogen in late October November for winterizing.

Question is- is it that horrible to drop to say .60 lbs per k with a 46-0-0?

Keep in mind we have a six app program. .5 lb per app in summer a little over that on both spring apps.

The first fall app is .75 per k.

Tried this approach last year and all the lawns looked just as good.

Thoughts?
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