, thank you for making this video and including the comparison between the main subgroups of slow release Nitrogen fertilizer types, and comparing them to the Urease inhibition types. I definitely have a better understanding now.
For my use this Spring on grass planted last Fall, PCSCU is probably a better idea than UMAXX, and definitely better than PCU, because I want a stretched out response over time, instead of the fast dump from temp-sensitive PCU, or in-between/variable behavior using the inhibitor.
I also didn't realize that some of the urea-form types were the best for stable release over longer time, versus coated urea, but have been using them when I spoon-fed Scotts Turfbuilder last Fall, with excellent results.
I think I'll stay away from plain PCU because I don't like the idea of dumping out N all at once when a certain temp threshold is reached. I'm sure it's probably not truly that simple, but still doesn't sounds like the best method for cool-season grass.
Now to check out the links from @Mightyquinn