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Old 07-17-2013, 10:12 AM
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Exactly right, Skipster. Well said.

I would add it is important to think about what is your threshold and, if a lawn has symptoms, what is the likelihood that a favorable change in the weather or a light application on nitrogen will bring you out of it. Adding N is the wrong thing to do for some diseases, of course. Start with identification and hopefully signs before symptoms.
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