This product described is either UMAXX or UFLEXX- not in the same league as UF (Nitroform) or MU (Nutralene), but- they do make a decent product when it doesn't rain or get irrigated shortly (24 hours) of an application. If it does, you just applied straight urea. For the money- go with SCU or MU in the questionable weather months and when it's dry- it's OK to try a stabilized N product- just make sure the customer doesn't water. Some like it- some don't.LonniesLawns said:That description of STU is more closely tied to uflexx -- not Novex. Novex is Lescos's name for UF. STU lookslike it isi a brand name for Uflexx. Uflexx is a decentproduct -- better than SCU od PPSU -- but not int he same league as UF.
STU is not a coating. It is made by chemically changing the urea by attaching nitrification-inhibiting molecules.
Uflexx tends to be resonably processed --so I imagine this would too.
BTW Turfhokie -- I use a UF based fertilizer as my priamry fertilizer. So -- it can be built into a residential application program