Natures lawn. Organic all in one fertilizer?

Discussion in 'Organic Lawn Care' started by Swarey, Mar 29, 2014.

  1. Swarey

    Swarey LawnSite Member
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    Is anyone familiar with this product? Its a liquid all in one fertilizer that has lots of good customer comments. I have been looking to add an organic lawn application to my business but am confused with all the options. :dizzy:
     
  2. turfbuilder

    turfbuilder LawnSite Senior Member
    from WI
    Posts: 538

    I've looked into Natures lawn too but decided to go with ICT organics. Their product 123 compost tea is much more profitable to offer as a organic spray and brings great results.
     
  3. Swarey

    Swarey LawnSite Member
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    Thanks for your input. This product works well for you? Happy customers etc? How long have you been using it?
     
  4. turfbuilder

    turfbuilder LawnSite Senior Member
    from WI
    Posts: 538

    Been using it for 3 seasons this will be the 4th. Great results after about 3 or 4 applications. The beauty of this stuff as opposed to Natures is you don't have to water it in. Costs you only $30.00 per acre. Nice $$$$$$$
     
  5. Swarey

    Swarey LawnSite Member
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    Ok great.. Im gonna have to try it. Any trick to applying it? Thanks
     
  6. phasthound

    phasthound LawnSite Platinum Member
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    ICT Organics 1-2-3 Turf is very easy to mix and apply. It comes as a 3 part kit.

    Part 1 is a dechlorinator which neutralizes the chlorine in tap water which would harm the microbiology. Add to water & circulate in tank

    Part 2 is the microbiology in a dormant state.

    Part 3 is the food for the microbiology which "wakes" them up

    Mix 1 ounce each of Part 1 & 2 to treat 3K. Use enough water to apply at 2gal/K.

    In the bottle, ICT has a shelf life of over a year without refrigeration. Once mixed in the tank, it should be used within 8 hours. If left in the tank overnight, it will go anaerobic and smell bad.

    We recommend 3-5 applications throughout the growing season.
     
  7. Swarey

    Swarey LawnSite Member
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    This product vs sumagreen? Which you think is better?
     
  8. phasthound

    phasthound LawnSite Platinum Member
    Posts: 4,568

    I can't answer that for you.
     

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