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What Lesco fert for fall application?

Runner

LawnSite Fanatic
Location
Flint, Michigan
If it's your last ap., go for something like the 32-3-7. NO slow release. The N will be stored as carbohydrates and will help the grass come out of dormancy in a healthier way. It is better that the plant uses energy already stored in it, than what many (all the big guys) do. Most go for a "quick greenup", and feed it a dose of high N first thing in the spring. This is a rude awakening for the turf plants.
 

hole in one lco

LawnSite Bronze Member
Location
rocky river ohio
Runner said:
If it's your last ap., go for something like the 32-3-7. NO slow release. The N will be stored as carbohydrates and will help the grass come out of dormancy in a healthier way. It is better that the plant uses energy already stored in it, than what many (all the big guys) do. Most go for a "quick greenup", and feed it a dose of high N first thing in the spring. This is a rude awakening for the turf plants.
bingo hes got it right
 
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