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Dormant Seeding after Fall Fertilization

Posted by monet_g 6a (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 15, 11 at 13:32

I'm planning on dormant over-seeding in Nov/Dec. I've done one Fall fertilization (Scotts), will do another at the end of Oct. (Scotts) and was also planning on a quick release nitrogen (straight Urea) at the end of Nov.
Is there still a possibility for the fert applications to burn/destroy the seedlings even though they were applied ~4 months before germination? I think I'll be okay with the first two, so I'm mostly wondering about the Urea.

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RE: Dormant Seeding after Fall Fertilization

No, this won't be a problem. All of that nitrogen will be in the soil long before germination next spring.

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