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Old Yesterday, 06:37 PM
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I have a couple that are almost fully back and another couple that are still lagging behind a bit. None that are still almost completely dormant though.
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Checked some today and most of the stolons are dark or dead. Found very few green stolons. I have not seen a SA lawn in the whole town that is better than 80-90% dormant. I have a feeling that the heavy sleet we received that stayed on the ground for a week mixed with 11 & 16 degree mornings in early March took a bad toll.
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Would any of you guys who are into fertilizer be willing to answer some questions? Id rather not randomly PM people.
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