If you're spreading on bare ground, there's a better chance of it, if you get a rain before the ground thaws completely. If spreading into cover, not generally a problem. Most Nitrogen and clover is spread on winter wheat this month on the freeze. We plant triticale and rye for hay, we'll spread fertilizer this month if we can catch a good freeze. So far this winter, we can't buy a freeze, though.M.Magis":3kz3fclu said:More of a question than an answer, but wouldn’t a lot of the P and K get washed away since the ground will be partially frozen?
Clodhopper":ulldipdh said:Most Nitrogen and clover is spread on winter wheat this month on the freeze.