IMHO time is your best friend. If you fertilized with a slow release fert it very well may still not be broken down dependent on the material the fert was made from. If you just want to do something to try to help hitting it with a micro package spray usually never hurts from what I have seen.My lawn was fertilized about 4 weeks ago. It has suffered some browning with those cold nights a few days ago. How should I go about greening it up real quick? Or should I just wait it out. Thanks
Gregorywhen we get warmer temps it will green up quick... i wouldnt throw a bunch of stuff on the lawn to make it green...
Been thinking about this the last couple days as I have been driving by properties to see that indeed most of them suffered a good amount of frost damage.It is for this very reason we started offering "Lawn Painting" to our services last winter....it lasts about 9-12 weeks...and really looks great...we sold about 4k in 2 months last winter..
Not sure about Orlando, but IMHO over seeding a SA lawn with northern grasses is a bad idea down here. We have several properties where the HO's over seeded with rye. It grows at a different rate than SA. It can outgrow the SA so the lawns look shaggy, sometimes it grows so fast it goes to seed. When it's cut, seed is distributed throughout the lawn and has a tendency to come back up in cooler areas all summer long. It's a PIA, like Bermuda in SA or Zoyesa in SA.Would overseeding with Rye not only be a longer term lasting green for your clients but also be more profitable..