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Discussion in 'Fertilizer Application' started by grassman177, Mar 20, 2010.
if you are interested then by all means contact the guy tim here, he is great to talk with and has a great product to work with.
whats the cost per 1000 sf?
depends on volume etc, but i think somewhere around 5-6.50 per K. only TIm can answer this for you though with a price quote. pm him
So is shipping the only option for Texas? I guess a pallet is the smallest size.
he still gives great rates for shipping too, but like i said he wil lhave to answer that as i have only been testing it, never ordered any as stock
I can't recall were I have seen that structure in the picture, but I know I have been there more than once. I'd like to visit the area to check out the One-AP. I get my fert from the Provo IFA and am really intrigued by this thread.
Reminds me of the PGR debate a dozen years ago where we were all going to be out of a job cutting grass. Then/now there's Buffalo grass and any other grass that doesn't need to be mowed. I remember zoysia plugs as a kid. Only cut your yard 2-3 times a summer (unless it rains like a son-of-a-gun). And lets don't forget the robotic lawnmower !!!! If it does work, great. Personally think that environmental conditions are too varied not to mention soil types to be consistent. Do I think it will change the industry? Not unless the gov't mandates it.
Hey, I'm offended. I have a pet rock.
That's why people love all-you-can-eat buffets. Do you NEED 5000 calories a meal?