TurfGrassPro 0-0-29 is a high potassium liquid fertilizer designed and formulated with potassium acetate for quick foliar absorption into the plant, five times faster when compared to other traditional potassium sources. It is intended to help supplement soil fertility programs such as golf courses and athletic playing fields. Potassium acetate is great for foliar applications because of high foliar uptake combined with low risk of phytotoxicity. Use bi-weekly throughout the growing season. This product comes in a 2.5 gallon jug.
I have been on an organic fertilizer plan for a while (milorganite). After a soil analysis I found that my soil was deficient in Potassium. This is largely due to Milo not having any in it. I used this as a supplement to boose the soil back to acceptable levels. Product was easy to apply and showed greener grass in a couple days. I will perform another soil test to confirm that increase in potassium.
Potassium is great for more than just "winterizing" Potassium helps with Nitrogen uptake as well as drought resistance.
First step, soil analysis- don't skip this step, contact your agricultural extension office and they will give you incredible advice.
It is best to buy fertilizers in their components rather than a "all-in-one" bag of Scotts.
After obtaining your analysis this product will supply the required potassium for quick uptake.
What is the best application technique for TurfGrass Pro 0-0-29?
Does this product need watered in?
TurfGrass Pro 0-0-29 is a liquid fertilizer that is designed to be applied as a foliar spray using equipment such a hand held, backpack, or power sprayer. You do not want to water-in foliar fertilizers.
Is TurfGrassPro 0 - 0 - 29 a suitable alternative for the growth prodcuts 0-0-25? What is the mix rate?
My soil tests show 10.67 Potassium levels so I am looking to boost a potassium deficiency in my residential lawn.
Yes, TurfGrassPro 0 - 0 - 29 would be a good high potassium liquid fertilizer for quick foliar absorption into the plant. The mix rate for both warm and cool season turf is 2.0 - 3.0 oz. per 1000 sq. ft. every 7-14 days.
How do you know how much of the TurfGrassPro 0 - 0 - 29 is needed to to attain desired potassium level?
You would have a soil analysis/test done to determine what is needed and if TurfGrassPro 0 - 0 - 29 would fit your needs. The mix rate for both warm and cool season turf is 2.0 - 3.0 oz. per 1000 sq. ft. Use biweekly throughout growing season. Use lower rates on a more frequent basis or during non-stressful times