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Old 01-04-2014, 11:28 PM
smallstripesnc smallstripesnc is offline
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Thank you for the reply. Adios and fiesta seem to have good results if the label is followed correctly and of course healthy lawn practices are taking place such as mowing the correct height, watering the right time of day and deep watering not frequent, etc...Using a safer alternative like quicksilver and spot spraying may be a good option if absolutely needed. I'd like to be 100% organic if its possible but I know its not exactly easy to just swap a chemical dependent lawn to organic. From what I've read it takes time to fix the soil but the long term results are worth it.
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