18-0-6 result?

Discussion in 'Fertilizer Application' started by I_am_a_beginner, Dec 5, 2011.

  1. fl-landscapes

    fl-landscapes LawnSite Silver Member
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    That was an old label I guess. But, you are still scaring me.
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  2. I_am_a_beginner

    I_am_a_beginner LawnSite Member
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    Well read again lol. I said I didn't linked the correct label. The one I typed in chat is the correct one. By the way I am going to spray 22-0-10 from my tank A and spot spray herbicide from another tank
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  3. fl-landscapes

    fl-landscapes LawnSite Silver Member
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    You can "lol" all you want. The only thing funny is how little you know about fertilizer and pesticide applications and your considering a business spraying these chemicals on peoples properties. Even after you noted the wrong label you then asked if a straight fert product would kill weeds? Good luck, I am done even looking at your threads. They are infuriating to me and should be to anyone else on here who has spent the time to learn through theory and sweat equity to become a professional, just to have incompetent people make us all look bad.
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  4. I_am_a_beginner

    I_am_a_beginner LawnSite Member
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    I'm so mad I can't even see straight :)
     
  5. RigglePLC

    RigglePLC LawnSite Fanatic
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    Marcoux
    Keep in mind that you cannot spray any product containing sulfer coated urea. It will plug your equipment fast. Not soluble--at least for a few weeks. Read a few hundred posts here. Also talk to several suppliers (you will get an education once you have talked to several fert salesmen). Click one or two of the suppliers listed 6 inches to the left. Buy them lunch and a few drinks if you want the real facts--and plenty of propaganda. Get a variety of opinions. You are a beginner; you need more information.

    Gregson-Clark can answer you sprayer questions, talk to Rhett, he knows.

    Your best bet is to use a spreader to spread fert. Then spray the weeds with a skid sprayer. Takes a little longer--but simpler and better. Done carefully--the results are better than any other method.
     
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  6. I_am_a_beginner

    I_am_a_beginner LawnSite Member
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    thanks riggle :) you look like a good source of info lol :)
     
  7. GreenWolverine00

    GreenWolverine00 LawnSite Member
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