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Old 09-24-2013, 07:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Victorsaur View Post
I may be wrong but it sure looks like you have some brown patch going on in that photo. Above advice is good, although if you look hard enough it IS possible to get great results organically. Again, I would consult phasthound for advice. Stick to your guns and don't give in to the non organic way.
I was kind of riding the fence, but I agree if you think it's best or you and your community stick to it. I'll say a prayer for you and hope things work out. (I pray about my lawn) that's how much of a passion I have or a beautiful lawn. There are many great organic products out there, many just as we stated earlier, just do your homework and stay away from the gimmicks. I find the Ag center and university studies to be the best to follow, rather than sales advertisements on the products websites.
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