TurfGrassPro Blade Iron 15 - 0 - 0 is a standard formulation with the addition of organic acids for compatibility and superior uptake. The benefit of Nitrogen and Iron provides great color without excessive growth. This fertilizer is made for cool and warm season turf and applied for lawns and gardens only. Use weekly or biweekly throughout the season. This product comes in a 2.5 gallon jug.
Applied this with my PGR app and a few days later the bermuda grass was freaking dark! My neighbors have actually knocked on my door and asked me what I am doing this year to make my yard look so good. I had already been mowing twice a week with a reel mower and this just put it over the top.
I’ve been applying at 3oz per 1k for the past 3 weeks and my turf definitely has a little bit of a darker shade but Nothing like I was expecting. I’m going to go a little heavier maybe 4-5oz in the rate to see how that goes. It definitely will not replace granular fertilizer but as a supplement in between granular fertilizer applications I it’s doing a good job. Think of this product like a snack and regular monthly applications like a meal.
I started using TGP blade iron 2 years ago and the product has been nothing but superb. As I lowered my HOC to 0.5”, I was looking for iron and something to spoon feed the lawn between feedings so I gave this a shot and haven’t looked back. I typically apply 6-8oz/k every other week opposite my monthly fertilizer applications. Lawn has never looked better!
We have purchased our product here for the last three years. We can buy it local but the product is old and solidified at the bottom. I have always received quality iron. The shipping is free and always on time. The knowledge Domyown shares is great.
How many ounces of the TurfGrassPro Blade Iron 15 - 0 - 0 do I add to in a gallon of water?
Per the TurfGrassPro Blade Iron 15 - 0 - 0 product label, you will apply 2-8 oz. per 1000 ft. sq. every 7-14 days. Please remember the amount of water used is not critical, but should be sufficient for uniform coverage of the target area. Calibrate by determining the volume of water required to treat 1,000 square feet.