(By Jared Hoyle, KSU Turfgrass Research and Extension)
Dr. Bill Kreuser, Assistant Professor and Extension Turfgrass Specialist, at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln posted some great information on fall turfgrass fertility and some other fall turfgrass tips.
Dr. Kreuser quoted, “Fall is arguably the most import season for turfgrass managers. While we’re busy preparing for a new growing season in spring and trying to survive stressful conditions in the summer, fall is the time to recover from summer, renovate, and prepare for winter. It’s a season of seeding, cultivation, weed control, and fertilization. While fall is still widely considered the most important time to fertilize turfgrass, the fertilization recommendations have evolved over the past decade.”
I couldn’t agree with him more. There has been lots of recommendations evolve over the years and just because “this” is way it has always been done doesn’t mean it is right. See what Dr. Kreuser has to say and check out the links below.