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Burley Green® 18-2-3

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[notice class="approved"]18.0% Total Nitrogen
     (11.6% Urea Nitrogen)
     (0.40% Ammoniacal Nitrogen)
     (6.0% (triazone) Slow Release)
2.0% Available Phosphate (P2O5)
3.0% Soluble Potash (K2O)

Derived From: Urea, Ammonium Sulphate, Ammonium Phosphate, Triazone, Dipotassium Phosphate, Phosphoric Acid.

• Specific Gravity 1.19
• 1 US Gallon = 9.93 lbs
• pH: 8.8


Burley Green® is designed for fairway use as a replacement for or supplement to bulk granular fertilizer applications. It is a very efficient formulation containing a 33% slow release nitrogen component (triazone) for an increased color response (3-4 weeks). One to 1.5 gallons of Burley Green® per acre applied every 3 – 4 weeks will provide even growth, outstanding color and good recovery. This product is perfectly suited to those turf managers using a plant growth regulator program on fairways, as efficiencies of fertilization can be realized and better control for more consistent playing quality can be attained. Burley Green® is competitively priced. Results across the country have been excellent with this product.


Burley Green® has all of the same great qualities as all FertiSpray™ products which include:

  • Cost effective for fairway application
  • Highly efficient
  • Low burn potential
  • May be applied as a foliar application or through a fertigation system



In addition to the General Application Guidelines, use the following specific guidelines for this product:

• For additional micronutrients add Grigg Brothers Ultraplex®, Microburst™, or Iron Combo Chelate™ to any Grigg Brothers® foliar application at the rate of 2-3 fl. oz. per 1,000 ft². Ultraplex® is a unique formula, no additional surfactant required.

As a foliar apply at the rate of 3-9 fl. oz. per 1,000 ft²