Low vs high nitrogen starter fertilizer

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Old 09-24-16, 05:07 PM
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Low vs high nitrogen starter fertilizer

I see some that are 5 and others are 25. What do u recommend for fall/overseeding
 
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I doubt a seed starter fertilizer has 5 (nitrogen) as it's first number. What are the other nutrient amounts?
 
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I agree. Most I have seen are in the range of 25-25-4 to 18-24-12, both with higher nitrogen content than established lawns would require.
 
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5-10-10 or 6-20-20 is good for new lawn seed
 
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