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Turf[TECH]Report - Controlled/Slow Release Fertilizers  [Part 2]

April 17, 2018

This segment of Turf[TECH]Report, is second of a two-part series. Part 1 focused on how controlled/slow release fertilizers work, and how to compare the various technologies. This series, Part 2 takes the time to teach you how to read and understand controlled/slow release label language and review the different kinds of products on the market. This article will supply you with all the important information you need to determine which slow/controlled release fertilizer is best for you. Click to learn more...

Turf[TECH]Report - Controlled/Slow Release Fertilizers  [Part 1]

April 11, 2018

What are CRN/SRN Fertilizers and How do Various Coating Technologies Compare? Spring has finally arrived! Time to revive your turf and supply it with what it needs to assure a lush green appearance all season long. So, what’s the key to healthy green turf? Fertilizer. But when it comes to selecting the right fertilizer for the job, with so many different technologies and analyses to choose from, making a selection can seem overwhelming. No worries, we are here to help! Click to learn more...

Nitrogen's Role in Lawn Health

April 5, 2018

The Necessity of Nitrogen in Sustaining Your Lawn Care Program! All plants require a certain balance of elements for proper growth and appearance. Among these balanced elements are the primary macronutrients, Nitrogen (N),  Phosphorus (P) and Potassium (K), which are needed in the greatest quantities. Discover why nitrogen is such an important component of a lawn care maintenance program...

JOE KNOWS! Biosolids

April 2, 2018

Understanding Biosolids and How There Presence in Soil Enhances Turf: Biosolids are nutrient-rich organic residues left over from the treatment of animal waste, most commonly harvested from sewage sludge at waste water treatment plants. They are generally an environmental friendly source of N-P-K nutrients (when applied at the recommended application rate), allowing the user to apply less synthetic N-P-K fertilizer to the soil. Learn more about biosolids and how applying them to a lawn can enhance turf...

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