Posted by Tony Goldsby, Agronomist on September 24, 2019
Cool-season grasses such as creeping bentgrass have a diurnal growth pattern, meaning much of the growth occurs during the cooler temperatures of spring and fall. Following the stressors that are inflicted during high summer temperatures, fall makes an ideal time for improving your turfgrass stand.
Posted by Tony Goldsby, Agronomist on September 20, 2019When the cooler temperatures of fall arrive, it is common for turf managers with cool-season species to switch from spoon-fed, foliar-applied nutrients to granular-applied fertility sources. Here are a few things to keep in mind when selecting your fall fertility product: Look for a well-balanced NPK ratio.