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Old 07-17-2012, 02:43 PM
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Originally Posted by RigglePLC View Post
Still hot and dry!!
What are your plans to repair drought damage on your customer's lawns? And new customers.

Aeration? Seed? extra fert? Remove old sod? Slit seed? Roto-till? Special type of fert? Extra fall and/or spring aps? Convert to Bermuda? Conver to TTTF? Convert to Zoysia? Till and resod? Resod--no till?
A lot depends on what the customer is willing to pay for and when the drought will be over. In 2008, we had a bad drought here and it didn't start raining again until the following spring which made it difficult to do anything as far as repair was concerned. Good luck to everyone being affected by this year's drought.
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