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Old 05-15-2014, 11:33 AM
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Turns out the problem was that the pH was too high. We did some core and surface sulfur AND fertilization applications early this spring and it has helped tremendously. All of the plants are doing much better. We will add peat moss next year for continued help with the pH. Going to try to get the level down to 6.5 from the near 8 that it was before.
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