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Name: tk
murchison texas (Zone 8a)

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texaskitty111
Apr 13, 2014 1:10 PM CST
My soil has too much phosphorus, and so can't absorb nutrients from the soil. So I have to spray fertilizer on the leaves. What I want to know is if anyone knows a spray that is 0% phosphorus? Or, if I buy no phosphorus lawn fertilizer, can it be put in a sprayer? Then I could use the lawn fertilizer and the ironite every other time.
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Name: Tara
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terrafirma
Apr 14, 2014 8:00 AM CST
I googled no phosphorous lawn fertilizers, and did see some liquids available...for example... http://www.natureslawn.com/all-in-one-for-lawns.php?gclid=CJ...

I'm not the one in my house that does the "lawn" work, but here in Florida we also do not need to add phosphorous. My hubby uses a 'slow release' 15-0-15 granular.
Name: tk
murchison texas (Zone 8a)

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texaskitty111
Apr 14, 2014 9:13 AM CST
Thank you soooooo much, I looked online too, but could never bring that up. I've ordered it now.
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