- Posts: 31
- Joined: September 3rd, 2019, 2:27 pm
- Location: Southeastern PA, 6b, 7a
- Grass Type: CRF, PR, KBG
- Lawn Size: 1000-3000
- Level: Novice
After the winter hiatus, I am looking to restart the process of maintaining the lawn. As part of the suggestions given above, I did put down the 9lb/k of the SoluCal. Based on the size of the lot, it was slightly more than 11lbs of SoluCal.
I have tried to search for Sulfate of Potash and found a SiteOne close to where I live, they do have it listed on their website, but have to call them to find out if they actually carry it or not as it does not show to be in stock.
I believe, I have to get the one in which the Potassium is derived more from the sulfate rather than the muriate or nitrate as they have a higher salt content.
@Andy, can you please confirm this is the one I need to look for, https://www.siteone.com/en/p/4675
Also, is adding compost going to help with the organic matter or do I need to get something different in order to add organic matter?
- Posts: 29162
- Joined: February 23rd, 2009, 10:48 pm
- Location: NY (Lower Hudson Valley)
- Grass Type: Emblem KBG (Front); Blueberry KBG Monostand (Back)
- Lawn Size: 1 acre-2 acre
- Level: Advanced
Ummm, that's SOP, but the "sprayable" means it's probably dust-like or powdery. Not good - a real problem applying. You want a granular product.@Andy, can you please confirm this is the one I need to look for,
Compost is good, and so are mulcked Fall leaves -- in massive quantity.Also, is adding compost going to help with the organic matter or do I need to get something different in order to add organic matter?
- Posts: 65
- Joined: September 11th, 2019, 5:40 pm
- Location: Lancaster County, Pa
- Grass Type: tall fescue
- Lawn Size: 5000-10000
- Level: Some Experience
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