Almost every University recommends a 3-1-2 ratio fertilzer for bermuda if the soil test results are in the medium range for phosphorus and potassium. Most all of the SCU nitrogen fertilizers are closer to a 10-1-2 ratio. Do fertilzer companies do this to keep the price down? Are P and K levels high in most of the country? They are not around here. What I need is closer to a 1-1-1 ratio, but none of the balanced fertilizers that I have found are slow release. I kind of hate to show up with 13-13-13 because I know some people are going to think " I do it myself next year, if all you need is 13-13-13."