Ph reducer

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Paliaike

Paliaike

LawnSite Member
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South Europe
Hi Mike,

Thank you, i'm using it since 4 years, i really have a good feeling with this system before our water ph was at 9 at this time i was suspecting that fungicide fertilizer (liquid), etc weren't working good since we have the sulphuric acid in the water everything is working better.
BUT ! sometimes when we put granular grass is not reacting good some peoples around me say "put the acid off" i know that nitrification is quicker with the acid but do you guys think that's the problem ? i'm working on a pure sand mix with ruber and fiber CEC 4
 
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Paliaike

Paliaike

LawnSite Member
Location
South Europe
That's interesting, thank you ! our liquid fertilizers are working very good with the pHairway and also fungicide who are protecting more longer. my problem is only with granular fertilizers sometimes cause a light burn on grass and sometimes not... i just asking if the pHairway mix (Urea + Sulfuric acid) with granular do not create a reaction.
i don't know what is addilizer mike the pHairway has an integrated probe i'm cheking it every month with ph liquid tester.
sometimes i'm also cheking water directly on sprinklers with a mobile ph water tester. everything is working good before pHairway ph is 9 and we regulate it at 6.5 sometimes during spring at 5.8
 

Mike Leary

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Interesting item, it IS a 'addilizer', in that it meters application, as I understand. Sounds like you're on the right track. This prolly is the wrong forum, though. Perchance there is a forum for large scale turf mamagers?

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