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Old 06-10-2000, 09:41 PM
Mark Mark is offline
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I believe Dennis is 100% right,be sure and get a real slow release<p>----------<br>Mark's Mowing Service<br>
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Old 06-10-2000, 11:48 PM
John DiMartino John DiMartino is offline
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I have had this happen too-sometimes it is caused by to much rain actually leaching the N down into the soil so deep that it is unuasable to the grass.It takes more N to get the green back again.I am almost using double the N on my lawn this year and its still not as green as last year.try a shot of fertilizer.go 1/2 to 1 lb per 1000 and see what happens.Good luck<p>----------<br>John D<br>
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