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Old 08-28-2012, 05:04 AM
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Originally Posted by turfmd101 View Post
Test it yourself. It will be easy if you want to see for yourself.

In your route travels i'm sure you have noticed somewhere, forgotten about St. Aug on some left-alone lot and the St. Aug could even be an area 10 sq ft that might not be green but big and healthy. Big thick stolons, knee high foliage. kicking ass right. make sure its real hot and if you can find some broadleaf weeds and your brave enough, treat at 2oz per / 1000 rate. follow up in 3 to 4 weeks. then find the opposite conditions of St. Aug do same treatment. see if results vary. you don't have to let me know the results. you might be surprised what you WILL find. Find out how much health plays as a factor more than the environment.
Health always plays a factor @102f the turf is heat stressed, that's not healthy.
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