This is for 2.5 Gallons of N-Ext MicroGreene 0-0-2 Plant and Ornamental Fertilizer and 2.5 Gallons of N-Ext Greene EfFect 7-0-0 Turf and Ornamental Fertilizer plus Iron.
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Now if you’ve ever done a soil test you know that we care about the macronutrients and micronutrients in the soil.
The macronutrients N-P-K (Nitrogen-Phosphorus-Potassium) we can get from fertilizers.
But what about micronutrients?
That’s where the MicroGreene comes in.
MicroGreene gives us Magnesium, Sulfur, Iron, Manganese, and Zinc and is the perfect micro stack to hit all of your bases.
Plus when you throw’r down it gives you a visual response in the lawn within just a few days.
Typically the lawn turns quite dark blue-green from the heavier applications of 9 oz/gallon/1,000 sq ft.
This means 7% of the liquid is nitrogen (remember, the 3 numbers are your macros, N-P-K). But there is also a note that this product contains 6% Iron.
What this is literally telling you is:
7% of everything in this bottle in nitrogen
6% of everything in this bottle is iron
On the label for Warm and Cool Season turf the application rate recommended is 8 oz/gallon/1,000 sq ft.
Here’s the end result of breaking down the math into lbs/1,000 sq ft:
You’ll get 0.04 lbs N with an 8 oz/gallon application rate. Not much to write home about right? You guys are used to putting down some real “pounds on the ground” and at least getting .5 or .75 lbs/N per 1,000… but that’s with our granular apps.
That’s where the other piece kicks in and that’s the Fe - our old buddy IRON!
Iron is what gives lawns a deeper “blue” look that really sets them off. Our best friend Milo contains iron and that’s one reason we love him… but sometimes, you need just a little boost in between and that’s where this product really does shine.
You’ll get .038 lbs Fe with an 8 oz/gallon application rate (remember, 1 gallon covers 1,000 square feet). Which also seems unimpressive until you remember the following facts.
Nitrogen is a “Macronutrient” meaning there is a lot more of it needed for optimum plant health. In fact, it’s the mack-daddy of the macros! We lawn care nuts are addicted to it!
But there are some drawbacks to too much N - namely - over-pushing of growth. I think we do just fine with our N rates, pushing them to the max using Milo of course.
Iron, on the other hand, is a “Micronutrient” meaning you only need small, spoon-fed amounts in order to push plants to optimum levels. It takes much less “pounds on the ground” of iron to get a visual response.
The recommended amount of iron in the soil is 2-4 ppm. Nitrogen on the other hand, is 8-16 ppm.
And that is where the secret weapon of the 7-0-0 GreeneEffect is revealed.
The iron is like a little liquid green bomb that you can apply in between your regular fert apps to keep everything looking double dark WITHOUT pushing a flush of growth. The N that is in the product is certainly going to help, but it’s really the iron we want.