Lawn Care | Fertilizing Emerald Zoysia | Texas | Calculate Fertilizer | Thatch Explained

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Emerald Zoysia growing faster as the weather warms up above 80ºF. Time to fertilize the Emerald Zoysia lawn with slow release fertilizer.
Fertilization rule: MAXIMUM at 2 lbs Nitrogen per 1000 Sqft per Year.
Zoysia doesn’t need too much fertilizer like Bermuda. Trouble will arise if over-fertilized.

– Growth as of 5/3/2020
– Weather recap
– Fertilizer selection
– Fertilizer NITROGEN requirement
– Fertilizer calculation
– Thatch explained
– Thatch vs. Clippings
– Un-bagged clippings kill lawn
– How to calculate required fertilizer
– Spreading fertilizer
– Best nozzle for sprinkler system
– etc..

Hope it helps. Thank you.


Date: 5/3/2020 Sunday
Grass type: Emerald Zoysia
Location: McKinney, Texas (30 miles from Dallas, Texas)
Hardiness zone: 8A

Time taken to produce the video: ~60 hours

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