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This monograph contains fertilizer, pesticide and amendment recommendations that vary among states, regions, and countries, and are subject to change at anytime. The recommendations in this publication are provided only as a guide, and the authors, editors, their employers and publishers assume no liability resulting from the use of the recommendations in this publication. For more precise information, the reader should contact local agricultural extension, agency offices, or reputable consultants. Recommended timing of fertilizer applications and the appropriate amounts of individual, essential nutrients applied to tall fescue often vary among states and regions. For more precise information regarding the development and implementation of establishment, periodic or maintenance tall fescue fertilization programs, the reader should submit soil sample(s) to a reputable soil testing laboratory for analysis and/or contact local agricultural extension or agency offices.
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