A to Z about fertilizer?

Discussion in 'Fertilizer Application' started by sirsweatsalot, Jul 21, 2002.

  1. sirsweatsalot

    sirsweatsalot LawnSite Senior Member
    from MN
    Posts: 296

    i was hoping that i could get some knowledge about fertilizing, liquid and dry. all advise would be nice. thanks
  2. lawnstudent

    lawnstudent LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 472

    A) A search should be your starting point.
    B) Before you ask such a broad question.
    C) Cause it's to big to give you an answer here.
    D) Do read the search results.
    E) Everyone has contributed so much to fert questions already.
    F) Find most of what you are looking for with a search.
    G) Good questions are those that have not been asked before.
    H) Help is plentiful when a new question is asked.
    I) I would be more than happy to answer a specific question.
    J) Just try to be more specific and ask a question that has not been asked.
    K) Knowedge abounds here at LS.
    L) Lucky to get even this respone to such a broad general question as this.
    M) Many will jump in on an interesting question that has never been asked before.
    N) No one really likes such an open, big question as : "I would like to get knowledge about fert.
    O) Opinion based questions are good too.
    P) People like to express their opinions.
    Q) Quick responses are generally given to threads asking for opinions on interesting subjects.
    R) Repeated opinion questions (questions asked before) will not get a very good response.
    S) So read your search results about fert.
    T) Try to refocus your question.
    U) Unlock the power of LS.
    V) Verify your question is focused and new.
    W) Wait for the responses.
    X) X-tream joy comes from starting a rousing thread.
    Y) You should make sure you thank all who contribute to your thread when the question is answered.

    There's my A-Z to this question. Not trying to be mean. Just trying to help. Good luck, good searching and good questions in the future.


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