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Friday, June 29th 2007, 5:29am

by Fertigation Guru

I posted my reply, I hope it was helpful.

Tuesday, June 26th 2007, 4:08pm

by gregory1420

guru can you look at this post and give me acomment......tks

http://www.sprinklertalk.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=2270

Monday, June 25th 2007, 2:58pm

by Fertigation Guru

some know a ton! Some have been there a few weeks and act like they know a ton... I have had bad expiriences with Lesco's counterpart, John Deere Landscapes...

Friday, June 22nd 2007, 5:13pm

by gregory1420

good point...some times i wonder if those guys at lesco's know what they are doing..

Monday, June 18th 2007, 6:37pm

by Fertigation Guru

keep in mind, the guy at lesco, although he probably knows his stuff, does not have to pay for your damaged plants...

Friday, June 8th 2007, 2:33pm

by gregory1420

tks i will read the label.i only sprayed the yard with it or the turf no plants were sprayed.the guy at lesco's said just dump alittle into the back pack sprayer that it won't hurt the turf..tks

Friday, June 8th 2007, 11:09am

by Fertigation Guru

I do apologize, I should not have used the word cured, wrong terminology...the fungicides stop the spread of the fungus and/or prevent it. It will not cure your damaged roots. Follow the instructions that came with your fungicide. Usually they recommend one application every two to four weeks. Once you feel the fungus is contained (usually about 4 weeks to be safe) you can begin fertilizing again. Any plant material that is unaffected by the fungus can be fertilized normally.

Be sure to water your plant material the day before the application. This will drastically reduce the damage to your plants. In addition, a little strong can cause a lot of harm...fungicide can hurt your plants worse than the fungus.

Thursday, June 7th 2007, 5:47pm

by gregory1420

how long do you think it will take before its cured? do you think i should apply a 2nd app.?i will give the fertigator one thing the plants look alot better .i sprayed last weekend i don't have anything to spray with so i had to use my back pack sprayer and the stuff i got 8oz will treat 50gal.so i had to put in 1.50oz per 4 gal so it was alittle strong but i had to fill my damn sprayer 12 times man what a pain.i have been looking at a z-spray to spray the yard and fertilizer also but if you say wait on the fertigator i will ..

Thursday, June 7th 2007, 10:49am

by Fertigation Guru

Sounds like you are on the right path...but do not give up on the fertigator just yet. Once your fungus is cured and you are sure you ph is in balance give it another shot.

Wednesday, June 6th 2007, 4:52pm

by gregory1420

tks that was alot of help...i am close to just using the fertigator for my plants only and go back to to reg. fertilizer...i have already took some soil samples to the U of FLORIDA to see what the ph was i will have those on thrusday.i sprayed out t-strom from lesco for the root rot and i have not turned my feritgator back on yet and left the sprinklers off until i seen some brown spots in the yard telling me it needs water...