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Old 09-11-2012, 12:10 AM
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Originally Posted by Smallaxe View Post
That's good... go out and look over the plugs and see if you can determine the thickness of the living thatch, soil texture and root thickness through the profile... hopefully at least 3" long...
I'll see if I can determine what your talking about tomorrow (dark now) but most of the plug's I seen were 2" but my guess is they broke in half coming out of the ground also. I seen some in the back where the soil is much more shall we say "wet" and "clay" that were 3 & 4" long.

I spread some seed tonight, expecting the dew to wash it deeper but no rain in sight.

I have some bare area's I'm waiting now to go get some compost with a neighbor to finish up then let mother nature do the rest.
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