CoRoN 18-3-6 Plus 0.5% Fe can be applied at any time as long as the turf is not dormant. The healthiest, hardiest lawns are fertilized 4 times per year - in the fall, summer, early spring, and late spring, using fertilizers dependent upon what nutrients your lawn needs throughout the year.
CoRoN 18-3-6 Plus 0.5% Fe if stored in a cool dry area without freezing will last for approx. 2 years.
Yes, the CoRon 18-3-6 Plus 0.5% Fe will stain the concrete if sprayed on it. The dye in the product will stain any porous surface.
Coron 18-3-6 Plus 0.5% Fe should not be used in temperatures above 80 degrees Fahrenheit and below 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Be sure to apply in the early morning or late evening hours to avoid the heat of the day in the summer months.
Per the CoRoN 18-3-6 Plus 0.5% Fe product label: For cool season grasses you should be using 3.75-4.25 lbs of nitrogen per 1000 sq/ft per year. Many customers break down their fertilizer applications into 6-8 applications per year throughout the growing season. If we go with 6 times a year and a desired rate of 4 lbs of nitrogen per 1000 sq/ft per year, you would be looking at roughly 45 oz per 1000 sq/ft per each of the 6 applications. If you only have 200 sq/ft of lawn to treat then you would only need roughly 9 oz to that area in likely ½ -¾ gallon of water at most. You typically use 1-2 gallons of water per 1000 sq/ft, so since your area is much smaller than that you should not be using that high of a water volume.
Usually, a fertillizer such as CoRoN 18-3-6 Plus 0.5% Fe can be applied at any time as long as the turf is not dormant.
Generally speaking you would typically apply 22 ounces or so of CoRoN 18-3-6 Plus 0.5 in 2-5 gallons of water per 1000 square feet. The specific amount of product is going to vary based on the type of grass you are treating, but generally 22 ounces per 1000 square feet is the average application. Please read the CoRoN 18-3-6 Plus 0.5 product label for more specific application rates. CoRoN 18-3-6 Plus 0.5 can be applied with the Chapin wet/dry hose end sprayer. Be sure to check the label instructions for the correct calibrations. You may have to apply more water after application since a hose end cannot spray more than a rate per gallon
In general, you should keep children off of any treatment areas until the application of CoRon 18-3-6 or any other lawn care product is completely dry (this may be 1-3 hours depending on sunlight, moisture, and temperature). Be sure that any product you are using is approved for use by the facility’s governing board.
CoRoN 18-3-6 Plus 0.5% Fe can be applied with the Chapin wet/dry hose end sprayer. Be sure to check the label instructions for the correct calibrations.