- Posts: 391
- Joined: August 7th, 2012, 11:16 am
- Location: OKC, OK
- Grass Type: Front Yard: KBG blend. Back Bewitched/Nuglade
- Lawn Size: 5000-10000
- Level: Experienced
So, I'm one of the weirdo's who doesn't think his yard sleeps more than a month in the winter. I remember a previous post in which I explored the idea of NOT stopping the N applications through winter. Kinda like microdosing with macros through the "cold" times. I know I'll get the cold snap, maybe an inch of snow that'll last a day, and probably an insulating ice storm. I think I recall Andy (hope you see this) saying he didn't have enough data or experience of the warmer climates with cool season turf to recommend fertilizing through winter. Well, here I am!
What would you like to see?
1. Weekly pictures?
2. .25lb/N weekly? biweekly?
3. Temperature tables?
4. Lower cut height?
I'm currently hitting the yard pretty well. It's on a gypsum and SOP schedule while also dropping ~.4lb/N weekly. Color is darker and I'm still getting about .5" of growth a week. I'll be the guinea pig so if you have any variables you want added or observed, let me know!
- Posts: 9551
- Joined: May 22nd, 2013, 5:59 pm
- Location: Indianapolis, Indiana
- Grass Type: Blueberry KBG
- Lawn Size: 1 acre-2 acre
- Level: Advanced
Ebb and flow with the turf. Give it rest when its slowing down. Ground temps have a big effect on what it does.
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