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Old 10-15-2013, 05:41 PM
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Adding/Replacing Organics to Current Practices

What are some ways that Organics can be implemented to current application schedule that benefit the turf,,, w/out losing credibility with the customer???

It is always said that the client will have to lower expectations to go Organic,,, but I don't believe that this is an "All or Nothing" proposition...
I mulch mow, use more Milorganite than synfert, don't use any pre-M and only spot spray broadleaf...

Is there anything more that can be added to the system???
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