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Old 04-17-2014, 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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Old 04-17-2014, 07:25 PM
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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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Old 04-17-2014, 07:47 PM
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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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Old 04-19-2014, 08:38 PM
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Is y'all St Augustine waking up yet? In my area it is still about 90% dormant. I hope this winter did not kick it's butt. Bermuda is looking good
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Mine seem to be about 60%-75%. Bermuda is just about back.
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Here in Austin there are a lot of crappy looking SA lawns. There is some fungal activity as well. The lawns I top dressed got jump started.

The TNLA Expo is coming back to San Antonio this year. If you need CEU's for irrigation or TDA it's the place to get them. I'm in Buda an hour from SA so I'm liking the short commute this year.
Market- Austin Texas Area
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Sales $300K+

Services-AutoCAD Landscape Design & Install, Maintenance, Landscape Lighting, HD Holiday Lighting, Masonry (Stone, Block, Brick, and Stucco), & Arborist Work

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