One of the local fert/squirt companies here that does the treatments for about 5 of my thursday accounts are still spraying ammonia nitrate. Now these are regularly irrigated lawns and had just finally started to slow down from the last shot of AN when I thought to my self, jeez I hope they use ammonia sulfate this time or even better, just potassium sulfate for the summer but NOOOOO, they hit it with the hot stuff and in one week I am cutting 10" of top growth off. This is NOT TrueGreen doing this but a local family owned and operated company that has been here treating their whole lives, you would think they would know better but holy cow, I am having to triple cut these places to get control of the clippings and also get below transport height for depth. Just venting but man what a pain in the butt! I talked with the drivers today at Sonny's BBQ and they said in about a week they will be going over to the sulfate but why would you want to use the other stuff at this time of the year? Is it cheaper?