I live in Maine and have full irrigation. What are your thoughts about applying Milorganite this weekend when the temps for the next 7 days are expected to top out at 85-90 and be in the low 60's at night. This is quit unusual for coastal Maine.
What are your night temps usually in early July? In CT they're usually 65-70 or so, but tomorrow night, it might not go below 75. I'm trying to get my latest bio fungicide app down before that.
I'm late getting all my Spring fertilizer down. We have temps of 87-100 all week. I plan to put the rest down this week but it's got very little water soluble N, and is extremely slow release organic...slower than Milo, so it's not going to hurt anything for me to apply the 0.5 lb/M of it. It's also a 2:1 ratio of N:K, so it will help with the heat stress. It will probably take a week before the N even starts breaking down, but the K should start being available once it's watered in. The biggest danger would probably actually be me walking on the lawn and rolling the spreader over the grass, which I will wait until the evening to do when the sun isn't blasting down on it.
Consider breaking up a large Milo app into several smaller ones, separated by a week or so.