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Author(s):Kussow, Wayne R.
Title:Triazone, NOT triazine
Column Name:Wisconsin soils report
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Source:The Grass Roots. Vol. 16, No. 3, May/June 1989, p. 17.
Publishing Information:Madison, WI: Wisconsin Golf Course Superintendents Association.
# of Pages:1
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Anilazine; Triazone + Urea; Nitrogen; Slow-release fertilizers; Organic fertilizers; Release rate
Abstract/Contents:"Triazone and triazine are both organic, slow-release N compounds, but that is where the similarities end." N release from triazine and triazone is caused by microbial action. Triazine releases virtually no N during the first month after application and then releases N rather slowly over a period of 16 weeks or more. On the other hand, N release from triazone begins shortly after application. Microbial release of triazone N is complete with eight to 12 weeks after application, depending on the environment. Better turfgrass color can be expected from triazone than form triazine because of the faster rate of N release from triazone which is suggested when two products are applied in the same N rate.
See Also:See also related article "[New fertilizer: N-Sure]" The Grass Roots, 16(2) March/April 1989, p. 27 R=138386 R=138386
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Kussow, W. R. 1989. Triazone, NOT triazine. Grass Roots. 16(3):p. 17.
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