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Old 12-28-2012, 12:34 PM
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I was just giving you the definition from the book. not trying to get in a pi$$ing match with you.
Just letting you know what some "authorities" have to say ..... like the IA.
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Old 12-28-2012, 01:51 PM
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If it was designed correctly you should not have stripes. Do you have matched precipitation rates? Are you using water soluable fert? Liquid will not give you problems like the water soluable.

Thanks for the semper fi wetboots!
Did you miss the sentance where I said the lawn is an odd shape and it is nearly imposible to get an even spray? The area is mostly beds with numerous grass paths running betwwen them ranging from 2' wide to 20'. I'm not sure what you know about ferts, but using high nitrogen or iron, you can very easily stripe a lawn.
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