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Old 03-14-2014, 08:51 AM
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It's irrigated, the canopy is from a large manufacturing business. Pretty sure they aren't going to be of any help
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Old 03-14-2014, 10:09 AM
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I think bitter blue st Aug has a chance but certain environmental parameters would have to exist.
Over saturation of water will be the primary cause of decline along with too much nitrogen. If these two things can he controlled. You have a chance. But your probably rolling the dice. We are talking about forever environmental favor. Not possible. But if the shaded turf is irrigated from the same zone watering a sunny area. Over irrigation WILL occur and eventually decline the turf of any chosen variety.
Only use milorginite to fert the shady area. No weed-n-feeds. There is a reason there are no shaded sod farms. Now think about your last post. Never set oneself up for failure.
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