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Old 08-13-2012, 10:16 PM
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If you check with a soil probe--soil can be just as dry in the shade--but--the grass will look better because of less intense sunlight and less heat. It is normal for drought injured grass to be a bit patchy--because certain areas have different seed types. A blue-rye mixture may burn out unevenly due to varying amounts and clumps of blue and rye. Certain types of blue grass will survive better.
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