We do not have a setting for that particular spreader, but we have included information below which will help you determine how much to use for your lawn:
Milorganite can be applied any time during the growing season. However, for best results we recommend four annual applications on your lawn.
Northern Grasses such as Kentucky bluegrass, Fescue, and Perennial Ryegrass should be fertilized four (4) times per year.
For the last application, fertilize with Milorganite as late in the season as possible—just before the first deep freeze or snowfall. This fertilizer application, known as “dormant feeding,” encourages healthier, greener lawn in spring.
When to Apply Application Rate Memorial Day, end of May 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft July 4th, Canada Day 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft Labor Day, early September 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft Thanksgiving, mid November 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft
Southern Grasses, such as Bermuda, St. Augustine, Centipedegrass, Bahia, and Zoysia, should be fertilized four (4) times per year. Centipedegrass and Bahia grass prefer spring and summer feedings, and to help prevent winter kill, avoid fertilizing these varieties in the fall.
Don’t fertilize southern grasses too late in fall. The grass is trying to go dormant and if you fertilizer you’re encouraging it to grow. This may cause your lawn to be less hardy as it enters cold weather and more susceptible to winter injury. The last time to fertilize in fall is one month before dormancy or the average first killing frost.
When to Apply Application Rate Easter (after turf breaks dormancy) 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft Memorial Day, end of May 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft Labor Day, early September 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft Early October (or when overseeding)* 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft
The odor of the product can be noticeable, and some will consider the odor to be pleasant while others consider it a bit pungent after application.
Date published: 2020-04-16