A local company only sprays nitrogen as there fertilizer year round. Anyone, (like me or not) who has turf knowledge please post if this is a good thing or bad. Should we (fertilization and weed control operators) be doing more for these soils? Are Humus Content, ph, Soluble Salts, Calcium, Phosphate (HPO4), Potassium, Magnesium (Mg), Manganese, Sulfates (SO4), Boron, Zinc and other vital nutrients not of importance? Is there a such thing as to much Chlorides? Does this contridict us as providers if we are not keeping up on anything but Nitrogen? I was under the impression that roots where as important as the shoot in turfgrass. Can the cell walls in turf grass be completely healthy with only nitrogen? Ultimately is this ripping off the customer who doesnt understand grass by just making it grow and turn green?