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Can you fertilize Kentucky bluegrass in the summer?
Summer (optional): It is best not to fertilize Kentucky Bluegrass lawns during the summer months. If your Kentucky Bluegrass lawn is light green, or yellow, however, it may it useful to fertilize lightly. Apply no more than .5 pounds of actual nitrogen per 1000 square feet.
What is the best time of year to fertilize in Kentucky?
Without question, the best time to fertilize cool-season lawns (Kentucky bluegrass, tall fescue, perennial ryegrass, fine fescue) in Kentucky is during the autumn. These grasses all grow optimally during cooler weather and can best uti- lize nutrients at this time of year.
How often should I water my Kentucky bluegrass?
Kentucky Bluegrass lawns need 1 inch of water per week and at least 2 inches during periods of high heat. If you do not have rain to naturally water your lawn, use a sprinkler in the morning. Sprinkling in the morning ensures the water has time to dry before the high heat of the mid-afternoon when the grass can burn.
How much nitrogen do you put on Kentucky bluegrass?
With Kentucky Bluegrass, you want to apply 1.5 pounds of actual nitrogen per 1000 square feet. Therefore, a bag that contains 6 pounds of actual nitrogen will cover 4000 square feet (6 divided by 1.5 pounds per 1000 square feet).