Lawn additions dropped this year, as I mentioned in the gardening post from yesterday. At this point, I'm reaching maintenance mode on the soil and no longer need to apply the level of organics that I used to.
A total of six pounds per thousand square feet of nitrogen isn't exactly anything to sneeze at, however. It's more than enough to assure that the lawn grew perfectly, spread to repair problems, and was a very nice green all year long.
This chart doesn't include sprayed iron, which I only did once this year, earlier in the week. I also applied calcium lime, once in spring, once in late summer, at a low rate to adjust the soil pH upward a touch.
|11/21/2013||1.12||0.00||0.16||0.16||0.00||Vigoro Super Green|
|Total per K ft:||6.01||1.41||0.86||0.70||70.6||706 active organic total|