44 oz. of Coron 28-0-0 Liquid Fertilizer is equal to 1 lb. of nitrogen. This will cover 1000 square feet.
CoRoN 28-0-0 Liquid Fertilizer can be mixed and applied at the same time as herbicides.
The product label for CoRon 28-0-0 allows the fertilizer to be applied via fertigation, foliar application, or soil injection for trees and shrubs. Apply 1 lb of nitrogen per 1,000 sq ft using 10 gallons of total volume per 1,000 sq ft. You would inject the solution into the soil 4”-8”. Therefore, if you are using a 100 gal tank, you would 3.4 gal of CoRon and 96.6 gal of water to treat 10,000 sq ft, regardless of the size of the plants in the area. It is recommended to apply 1-3 lbs of N per 1,000 sq ft of landscape are in at least 1 to 2 applications per year.
Winterizers usually contain nitrogen and potassium, but CoRoN 28-0-0 Liquid Fertilizer could be used if the nutrients needed match what it provides.
Per the Coron 28-0-0 Liquid Fertilizer? product label for Blue Grass and other cool season grasses: You apply 3.75 - 4.25 lbs of nitrogen per 1000 sq ft per year, applied in multiple applications. When CoRoN 28-0-0 is mixed at 22 oz per 4 gallons of water to treat 1,000 sq feet you are applying 1/2lb of nitrogen.
Use higher rates in areas with prolonged growing seasons, areas of high use or "grow in" situations.
That would depend on the rate used which depends on how much nitrogen the area needs. Per the Coron 28-0-0 Liquid Fertilizer product label for other cool season grasses not listed: You apply 3.75 - 4.25 lbs of nitrogen per 1000 sqft per year applied in multiple applications. Use higher rates in areas with prolonged growing seasons, areas of high use or "grow in" situations.
44 oz. of Coron 28-0-0 Liquid Fertilizer is equal to 1 lb. of nitrogen, so one 2.5 gallon jug contains just over 7 lbs.
Since the rate used on the CoRoN 28-0-0 Liquid Fertilizer is not per gallon but per 1000 sq. ft., it would not be recommended to apply with a hose end sprayer.
The CoRoN 28-0-0 that we currently have listed is just for turf and ornamentals. There are Ag versions of these products which we hope to carry eventually. Fertilizer is usually chosen based on the nutrients that are lacking in the soil. We would recommend that you contact your local cooperative extension office/agricultural department regarding a safe fertilizer. Generally, fertilizers should be fine to use in grazing areas, however, it depends on what else it contains and this area is a little out of our expertise.
CoRoN 28-0-0 Liquid Fertilizer is mixed at 22 oz (1/2lb of nitrogen) per 4 gallons of water to treat 1,000 sq feet. Please refer to the product label for proper application. For Bermuda, you can apply 9-11.5 lbs of nitrogen per 1,000 sq ft per year in multiple applications. You will use higher rates with prolonged growing seasons, areas of high use or 'grow in' situations.