Applying fertilizer in the fall - too much nitrogen?
After reading various articles, I figure that I should apply some fertilizer to the lawn. I looked around and notice that Ringer restore was recommended. I was debating whether to use corn gluten or Ringer Restore but figure Ringer Restore was probably more balanced.
The issue is that I get conflicting advice. One garden person advice feeding in the soil. The other thinks I should use a low nitrogen fertilizer, since the nitrogen will generate a lot of green shoot that will drop dead upon the first frost. The first garden thought that the Ringer or Corn Gluten should be OK. He pointed out that both has roughly only 10% nitrogen. If it was like Scott's 20%+ fertilizer, he would be worried.
What do you think?