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Old 03-03-2013, 05:13 PM
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Originally Posted by RAlmaroad View Post
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That residue is filler, could be lime, but will soon disappear. The minerals will leach out of the mix and do their work. Put a little around your mailbox and watch what happens in 2/3 weeks. You'll be fine, don't worry so much. I even use it on my own lawn and mother-in-law's here in Tennessee. It will last about two months or so. Fescue is the easiest grass there is to manage. Just stay away from the Urea.
This didn't go down on the grass, put the triple 10 on the roses, shrubs, holly and fruit tree's

Yea, I agree filler
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