Oh How I Want A Nice Centipede Lawn
Trying to build on an established centipede lawn that needs help. I have received a soil test from Auburn University. Soil PH is 5.0 and have recommendations of 75lbs of lime per 1,000 sq. ft. Phosphorous level is very low, Potassium medium, Magnesium and Calcium high. Advised to apply 8 lbs per 1,000 sq ft of 13-13-13 in the spring when new growth begins. My question is, should I spread out the lime application or is it okay to apply all at once? Any other tips would be most appreciated. Soil is clay(ish), never been aerated or dethatched mechanically but thatch is only visible in spots. Lots of rain this summer has helped it look better than last year. I'm sure the lime will help more than anything right now. Just not sure when is best to put out and how much at once.