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Old 04-24-2013, 11:02 AM
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Insert shovel into lawn, push back a bit to reveal earth and grab a tablespoon from about 6" down. Repeat 12-15 times around lawn. Put all in bowl, shake shake shake. Let air dry on a paper towel, mix again, grab required amount put in baggie and send off to lab.

Color fades fast!

Lawn isn't as luscious as I want, bare spots here and there and they don't bounce back well.

Yes New England soil is always acidic, par fro the course. I would like to bring that pH up if I could.


I'm all ears on what "plan" you would suggest!


I am doing CT 4x this year as I said earlier, other than that I haven't ordered any compost or fert to apply as of yet.
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