At the risk of sounding repetitive, I have another fertilizing question for this forum - I have been reading a lot about milorganite, and its ability to provide slow-release nitrogen over the summer months. I recently posted asking about an appropriate fertilization schedule for my lawn - I live in zone 6, New York, LI. Still cool here, lots of rain. My lawn looks good now, would like it to stay that way. After reading suggestions here, my fertilizer plan was to just apply pesticide in a few weeks, then wait until September to apply a turf builder/nitrogen fertilizer, follow then by my usual pre-emergent in late september, and then a winterizer in October as the last application for the year. Thus far, I have applied a crabgrass preventer and a weed n feed product. I am wondering if I should also add in Milorganite to the summer plan? What do you all think? If so, how many applications and what times? And should that REPLACE the truf builder/winterizer in the fall??
Thank you once again for your help.