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milorganite - $7.60 a bag when you buy 10($8 per bag when you buy less) @fleet farm(Normally $12.99, more elsewhere)

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I bought 10 and there was a discount of $5 off which bought it down to $7.60.

Milorganite 2500 Sq Ft Organic Nitrogen Fertilizer

https://www.fleetfarm.com/detail/...id=3413895


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Good stuff. Too bad it's so hard to find at those prices on the east coast.
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Milo is out of style. Stinks bad too.
Not a surprise, since it's sewage sludge from Milwaukee.
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Milo is out of style. Stinks bad too.
Yep, it stinks. I get it, this is not for everyone. It is supposed to be a little safer for the kids/dog since it does not have 2, 4-D. So that is why I am on the watch for a deal.
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Isn't the title misspelled? Isn't it
Malodornite?
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What a crappy deal
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Yep, it stinks. I get it, this is not for everyone. It is supposed to be a little safer for the kids/dog since it does not have 2, 4-D. So that is why I am on the watch for a deal.
A little safer than what. Most fertilizer doesn't have 2,4-D, unless you willingly buy "weed and feed" which, as the name implies, has added weed killer/2,4-D. Otherwise, there's no 2,4-D in any fertilizer.
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A little safer than what. Most fertilizer doesn't have 2,4-D, unless you willingly buy "weed and feed" which, as the name implies, has added weed killer/2,4-D. Otherwise, there's no 2,4-D in any fertilizer.
Safer than what I used to use... something with 2, 4-D... doesn't matter. If someone is looking for this product it is a great price.
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If someone is looking for this product it is a great price.
I guess, if you don't mind storing it over winter in your garage. Milorganite depends on fungus and bacteria to break it down and release the nutrients over time , so putting this down before winter would be ill advised, because bacteria and fungus slow down big time when it's cold.
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I guess, if you don't mind storing it over winter in your garage. Milorganite depends on fungus and bacteria to break it down and release the nutrients over time , so putting this down before winter would be ill advised, because bacteria and fungus slow down big time when it's cold.
Here is the schedule... one more treatment this year. Have a great day!

https://www.milorganite.com/using...d-schedule
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Quote from apostlej2015 :
Milo is out of style.
You are either trolling or.have no idea what you're talking about, probably both.

Great product, very good price.
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Here is the schedule... one more treatment this year. Have a great day!
Yeah, they call it "dormant feeding" for a reason. Put it down and hope the grass sees some of that nutrient in 5 months when it breaks dormancy. Silly.

Don't get me wrong, milorganite has its place, but this ain't it. This is the time to hit cool season grasses with water soluble nitrogen (urea or ammonium sulfate) to help it recover from summer, as well as build up those carbohydrate reserves for next spring.
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Pelletized human poop.
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Quote from j4c11 :
Yeah, they call it "dormant feeding" for a reason. Put it down and hope the grass sees some of that nutrient in 5 months when it breaks dormancy. Silly.

Don't get me wrong, milorganite has its place, but this ain't it. This is the time to hit cool season grasses with water soluble nitrogen (urea or ammonium sulfate) to help it recover from summer, as well as build up those carbohydrate reserves for next spring.
Do you have any recommendations for water soluble nitrogen fertilizers to put down for a NJ winter? TIA

We actually put the Sunday Fall Fortify down last week. If this in line with what you were referring to? Seems like it given the ingredients. Would a second dosage be necessary before winter?

https://www.getsunday.com/cms/ass...rk_Web.pdf
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