You live and breathe your course. And with EEFs you’ll breathe easier. Extended longevities mean fewer applications. This saves time, fuel and frees up your crew to get other work done. With efficient nitrogen (N) delivery, more is taken up by your turfgrass, and far less is lost to the environment through leaching, denitrification, runoff or volatilization. You have a passion for how your course looks and plays. Seriously consider tailoring nutrition programs incorporating the EEFs listed below. The business advantages they provide can help you more effectively maintain your course in the face of rising costs, tighter budgets and environmental pressures.
POLYON® controlled-release fertilizer with its trademarked green color is backed by years of research, and for decades has been the market leader in the turf and ornamental markets.
NUTRALENE® slow-release fertilizer is a methylene urea (MU) source with guaranteed analysis of 40-0-0.
DURATION CR® controlled-release fertilizer relies on a patented and durable polymer-coated technology to gradually and efficiently release nutrients.
UMAXX® stabilized nitrogen contains a dual-inhibitor formulation that protects against all three forms of nitrogen loss - leaching, denitrification, and volatilization.
XCU® slow-release fertilizer provides gradual, steady nutritional uptake for up to 10 weeks of plant response.
“Having a product like UMAXX® that gives us predictable nutrient availability allows us to kind of tweak our program so we’re right where we want to be.”
Alex Stuedemann, TPC Deere Run
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