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Old 09-17-2012, 08:26 AM
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Repair dead spots

I had a new customer ask me the best way to repair a lawn after a hot summer, with lack of watering. the lawn has nice full green areas, and spots of total death. I am assuming its due to the completely dry summer we have had, but it could also be grubs, altho customer said he used grub control. There is quite a bit of dead spots so I recommended a complete lawn thatching, Aerating, and overseeding. What do you guys think? This is a little out of my comfort zone, and i don't want to waste my time, and the customers money.
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