I've always been one to err on the side of safety, and I went so light w/ fertilizer last year that I believe it's one of the reasons my lawn wasn't perfect
I've been using much more fertilizer, with great results, but had a question.
I see the most common recommendation is 1lbs of nitrogen / 1,000 sq ft of turf. However, some places definitely recommend 1.5 lbs nitro for that space. Then, I go somewhere else, and read about how someone's lawn is now destroyed from nitro!
What is the 'burn zone' with nitro? Would 2lbs / 1k sq ft do it? Are there certain things to keep in mind when doing high-nitro regimens?<<I think I already know some, for instance I'm doing exactly 1lbs nitro / 1,000 sq ft / month, but I split it to bi weekly applications of half my month's nitro.>>