1.) Humic/Fulvic Acids: For along time now, there has been alot of hoopla about the addition of humic & fulvic acids to your fertility program with the conception of being able to significantly reduce NPK usage. I am sure some of you have read the famous quote (posted on many websites): "Humates will enhance the overall performance of the fertilizers to a point that an actual reduction of basic N-P-K per 1,000 square feet may be appropriate over time; enhance the development of root systems ; enhance success of seed germination and overall plant development; enhance overall plant health, resistance to stress, and appearance." Anyone have any tryed & true experiences with humates, from an actual NPK reduction standpoint? 2.) Agrotain claims that its nitrogen stabilizers (urease inhibitor/ dicyandiamide) found in Uflex, Umax or Hydrex, enhances nitrogen utilization to the point that a substantially lower volume of N per 1,000 can be used with same response. They made claims of reducing application rate from our 1# of N per 1,000 to as low as 1/4 # with similar response. Has anyone found this to be true on warm season turf?