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Old 01-23-2008, 08:00 PM
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It will be difficult to help without more info. Are you talking about being yellow during the summer? If so, it could be lacking certain elements like Iron, Nitrogen, etc. It may also be a disease or a insect problem. You say you are watering, but make sure all areas are getting water. A sprinkler head may be stuck or broken. Start with the basics and then you can start to dig deeper. But without knowing the type of grass or other conditions, we can't be much help. Try to find someone in your area that you can look to for advice. In SC we have the Clemson University Extension Service with a turf expert available in a local office. You may have some equivalent to that. You could take in a sample and have it sent off and analyzed.
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