Hi, I have been using Fertilome brand 15-0-15 "centipede" fertilizer on my centipede (1/2 lb nitrogen per 1,000 ft2). This fertilizer contains urea nitrogen and soluble potash for the K. It contains 3% iron and other micronutrients. Does this sound ok...seems I remember seeing recommendations on what type of nitrogen and potassium to use specifically for centipede. I like to use granular formulations if possible. * Any other advice on caring for centipede would be greatly appreciated. I'm on the coast of NC and try to water deep and only right before when the centipede appears to need watering. Unfortunately I have a high soil ph (around 7.4) which I'm trying to get lower by using sulfur granules. Last years applications lowered it by an average of 7.6 to an average of 7.4. From what I hear I had concrete piled up on my lot for years before I built there so I think that is the main reason for the high ph. I realize centipede likes a lower ph but I didn't test before I layed the sod about 1.5 yrs ago. I do have some weeds but I have never used pre-emergents or post emergents as I've tried to concentrate on getting the lawn growing well...probably 80% of the lawn is thick and good. thanks!