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Old 10-18-2012, 06:55 PM
clayslandscape clayslandscape is offline
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Lawn Problem

I have a customer that I have been treating his lawn for 2 years now. That includes aeration, seed, lime, fertilizer, weed killer and so on....

The entire yard looks great except for this one spot that is not that big but its a big deal to the customer... The soil test simply says it is registered at 5.7 on the pH scale and thats all that deficient...

I have aerated before and then topdressed with peat moss but that did not help any either...
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