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Old 04-28-2009, 08:45 PM
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This thread is kinda funny. Guy gets shot down by Rabbit. Usually its the other way around.
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Old 04-28-2009, 10:36 PM
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What is the minimum spray volume/M that can be used when applying 100% UFLEXX @ around (0.5 Lb N)/M ?

I want to use 1 gallon... would do 1/2 gallon if possible.
i dont think turf safety is an issue so I suppose "how much you can actually dissolve" is the issue.

anyone have a reasonable estimate of the upper limit of this fraction?:
(pounds N from Uflexx)/(Gallons of water) aka solubility

if it a suspension or whatever than thats what i mean by solution

thanks, just found a local uflexx supplier, cheaper than lesco's straight urea!
needless to say im excited
.75#N/k sprayed at a 2 gal/k rate did great for me. I would think you would have no problems at 1 gal/k. The lower the volume the more concentrated the solution. This makes your mix less forgiving when it comes to over or under application. Areas missed will be weak. Areas sprayed to heavily have a greater burn potential. Now add higher temps to the mix and the balancing act becomes even more fun. I would stick to the 1 gal rate at least. JMO
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Old 04-28-2009, 10:44 PM
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Rabbit dude, chill. Life is ok. He's asking for help. That's part of this site. We're not here to check licenses, references, dna, or the sort. Give the guy a break for trying to do things himself. If you read his initial question, it claims he already had a 200 gallon juicer, just wants a basic weed and feed. If he smokes the turf, that's his business. Like you-he's one of us. Maybe you can offer some help. And if you're around Roger Davis at the local Lesco/Deere (somewhere in Indy), say hello for me.
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Old 04-28-2009, 11:10 PM
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Are mix for cool season .5#N .25#K per 1000 plus brexil multi at 2# per Acre and sometimes a broadleaf sometimes not applied at 2 gallons per K.

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