No, you do not have to water the Coron 14-2-14 after it has been applied. This product uses water as a carrier when it is applied.
To make 6 applications per year of the CoRoN 14-2-14 Plus Micros on Saint Augustine we have come up with the following calculations to stay within the 2.5lb to 3.5lbs of Nitrogen recommended per year.
LOW RATE: Apply 4 oz of Coron 14-2-14 per 1,000 sq ft each application (total 6 applications for 2.52 lbs Nitrogen)
HIGH RATE: Apply 6 oz of Coron 14-2-14 per 1,000 sq ft each application (total 6 applications for 3.36 lbs Nitrogen)
The CoRoN 14-2-14 Plus Micros is not a weed killer, it is a fertilizer so no weed control would come from using this product. If you are looking to get rid of grassy weeds in a flower bed area you could use a product like Fertilome Over the Top II or Grass Out Max mixed with a surfactant. If you are trying to control broadleaf weeds in a flower bed then you would need to either hand pull or spot treat them directly with a Roundup type product as there are not any products you can broadcast over flower beds for broadleaf weed control. You may want to look at using a pre-emergent herbicide like Surflan Pro in the fall and spring to help prevent weeds from coming up in those areas.
Yes, CoRoN 14-2-14 Plus Micros is pet safe as long as it is used according to the label.
Yes, you can mix Atrazine with CoRoN 14-2-14 Plus Micros. Be sure to do a small tank mixture first to ensure that there is no clumping between the two products.
CoRoN 14-2-14 Plus Micros is not registered by the manufacturer for sale in all states.
The amount of CoRoN 14-2-14 Plus Micros will depend on how much area you are treating. For example, if you are treating 1000 square feet, you will need to mix the product with at least 2-5 gallons of water. This will help the product get into the soil and work as intended. With a product like CoRoN 14-2-14 Plus Micros, the amount of product is what is important.Water is used as a carrier.