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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by bobbygedd, May 30, 2005.
if i apply 20-10-10, at half the manufacturers recommeneded rate, am i now applying 10-5-5?
No, you are getting 20-10-10 at half the manufactorers recommended rate. Reducing the rate does not reduce the ratios. Why are you using fert now? Is the whole sand gig done with?
i thought you knew your fertilizing bobby?????
no matter ow you apply the product the mix is still 20%N-10%p-10%K and 60% fillers and micronutrients.
for a guy a while back that was professing such in depth knowledge of fertilizing, that question is pretty basic....
Well... If you are applying it at 5 lbs per 1,000 than you are getting 1 lb. of nitrogen per 1,000. If you apply at 2.5 lbs. per k, then it's 1/2 lb. of N per K. Assuming that it's urea with no slow release of any kind then doing a half rate and applying it say every 3 to 4 weeks would be good. It would cut back on your surge growth and keep the lawn a consistant green all the time.
Of course you could use a Lesco 24-0-11 with 50% polymer sulfer coated urea applied at 4 lbs per K and get the same results and it lasts about 8 weeks. A little more expense, but saved labor! But I guess you have all the time in the world anyway... world
I can't believe you guys still fall for Booby's Red Herrings. His real reason for his dribble postings is he is lonely and has no friends and needs company even if it is from the internet.
He will eventually stop posting for a week and wait for someone to create a new topic of "Where is Booby Gelding". This makes him feel loved and he will start posting more dribble. This endless cycle will never stop since their will always be more fish for Booby to reel in on the line.
man, that aint right. it was a honest question.
Ya, so was that.
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