Sunniland Professional Liquid Concentrate 28-0-0 N-Sure is a slow-release fertilizer containing 28% total nitrogen. This is a great choice if you are looking for an extended pop of green color in the lawn, any time of year.
One gallon covers up to 32,000 sq ft
Analysis is 28-0-0:: N-P-K
Great for foliar absorption with low burn potential
Product Description: Sunniland 28-0-0 N-Sure is a unique nitrogen fertilizer that provides foliar absorption and soil absorption with very low burn potential. This product is formulated with urea-traizone, a slow-release nitrogen fertilizer that will bring about foliar absorption within an hour.
Available in multiple sizes: Size options on this item are 1, and 2.5 gallons
1 single gallon (128 oz) = covers up to 32,000 sq ft
2.5 gallon Pack (320 oz) = covers up to 80,000 sq ft
You can SAVE MONEY with our “mix and match” in the 4-gallon packs.
Application Information: Apply with a backpack/pump sprayer or a hose-end sprayer any time during the growing season for cool and warm-season lawns. *Do not mix with products containing iron. It is best to apply this product stand alone.
This can be used on all grass types, including the following: Cool Season Lawns -Kentucky Bluegrass, Turf Type Tall Fescue (all fescues), Ryegrass. Warm Season Lawns -Bermuda, St Augustine, Zoysia, Centipede, Bahia.
32,000 sq ft at the rate of 4 oz per 1,000 sq ft
Mix 4 oz per gallon of water in a backpack/pump sprayer and spray that evenly across 1,000 sq ft of lawn Apply every 30 days
Water into the soil within 24 hours with 1/4" of rainfall or irrigation. Foliar absorption happens within minutes of application. Do not apply if your lawn is saturated. Rinse excess off sidewalks and driveways to avoid staining
Package Includes: One or Two and a half gallons based on selection
Storage: Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight. The product will store for 2 years under warehouse conditions.
Included for most States within the U.S. NO P.O. Boxes
Alaska (AK) Hawaii (HI), California (CA), Washington (WA), Oregon (OR), and Idaho (ID)