A University of Guelph Research project was conducted to observe the impact of enhanced efficiency fertilizer (EEF) on turfgrass color when applied in varying ratios with urea. The EEF used was DURATION CR® 90 day controlled-release fertilizer and the results were measured by color response.
Research from Dr. Pete Landschoot, of Pennsylvania State University, shows how the timing of fall fertilization and product longevity can affect fall color response and spring green-up in cool-season turfgrass species.
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Controlled-Release Fertilizer Technology
Chris Derrick: Providing Support in the Field
Slow- and controlled-release fertilizers protect against feast-or-famine cycles, minimize environmental loss, provide consistent play, and cut costs.
How picking the proper polymer-coated fertilizer can help turf handle wacky spring weather.
Specialty vs Ag-Grade Fertilizers
Summer’s heat and humidity are just around the corner – and so is the potential for various insect infestations and turf diseases that can wreak havoc on your golf course’s appearance and playability.
CONTROLLED-RELEASE FERTILIZERS – CAPITALIZING ON CONSISTENT NUTRIENT DELIVERY