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Old 05-07-2004, 09:19 AM
timturf timturf is offline
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Location: central virgina, transition, plant hardy zone 7a, and heat index zone 7
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Get a soil test now, do nothing until results are back! Bare ground stage is the best and quickest time to correct any soil chemistry problems
D FLEX advice is on the mark!

dense turf in shade is a problem, especially by aug.

water 2-4 times per day for a total of .1" of water. soil must stay moist, but not too wet you can't walk on

use penn mulch or similiar product

@ 50% creeping red fescue, 5% bluegrass and remainder hard and chewing fescue

don't believe you will find sod that will survive in shade
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Bs in Plant and Soil Science
Almost 40 yrs exp., 20 as GC superintendent
Primarly work with cool season turf
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