I wanted to ask a question I know part of it. If I buy a say 34-3-8 fert 33% scu and its labeled for 17,000 sq ft at 1 pound N per 1000. If i put it down at .8 pounds per 1000. formula is .8/34 X 100 equals pounds per 1000. 2.35 pounds per 1000 sq ft or a new coverage of 21,000 sq ft. My question is this what would my calculation change the bag N numbers to 27-2-6? I am trying to justify buying a higher N and being able to stretch the application out, and not burning the turf in hot weather, where appling the higher N at full rate would more lickely burn the turf. Im not sure if this is making sense. Also would be getting better coverage. plus if i put down 4 pounds n per year .8 for my 5 apps.