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Old 03-05-2001, 01:05 AM
Kansas Turf Man Kansas Turf Man is offline
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My opinion is a little swayed due to the fact that I own and operate a sod farm, but I would tear it out and sod it. Expensive in the short run. But it is well worth the time and money in the long run. Just remember Landscaping can have up to a 200% return on your investment. Seed takes alot of time and care. Sod is easy. Learn mor at my site. Clickon the little red house at the bottom of my post.

Good luck on whatever you decide.
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Old 03-08-2001, 12:17 PM
joshua joshua is offline
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my opinion is to thatch it and over seed it, if that doesn't work get a rake and clean the bare spots till the dirt shows, then take some dish soap mix it in water and apply to that area, it will break down the soil and anything bad that is causing grass not to grow, the rest after that you should know.
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