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Old 01-26-2006, 12:45 PM
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Again, under normal circumstances, the netting shouldn't interfere with any work that you do, but of course normal conditions would be with sod laying on top. If this stuff is laying around exposed, then you could probably go around with a sharp knife, or half-moon, and remove it. And, by the way, put in a bid to reseed or sod these bad areas.

Stupid worms don't do a very good job of digesting this netting, do they?
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Old 01-26-2006, 01:43 PM
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Yes, we've already discussed seeding a couple areas. The lco that did laid the sod in the spring. She said they kept telling her that it would bounce back after the summer. She picked me up in the fall. She had other issues with them. It was really getting too late to do anything about it because of the weather.
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