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Fertilizer as ice melt? #8170067 02/14/21 11:22 PM
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I understand that in a pinch fertilizer will work as ice melt. I understand that it may cause damage to concrete and the obvious environmental concerns. But given the dangerous conditions here, it is what I have available at the moment. Will in work at these temperatures?

What say ye wise men of the forum....

Re: Fertilizer as ice melt? [Re: txwildcat] #8170115 02/14/21 11:51 PM
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I say that it might work might work but I'm not getting out in this cold weather to try it. Give it a shot and get back to us.


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