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Old 04-27-2009, 10:16 AM
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mine was struggling as I don't believe I got the N on it it wanted throught organic products I was using... I hit it with some Urea and its coming around quickly. Now I have a nice healthy lawn to work with again rather than something struggling to begin with.

I pulled some good plugs this year.
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Old 04-27-2009, 11:10 AM
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mine was struggling as I don't believe I got the N on it it wanted throught organic products I was using... I hit it with some Urea and its coming around quickly. Now I have a nice healthy lawn to work with again rather than something struggling to begin with.

I pulled some good plugs this year.
I aerated last season in spring, but since we had drought last summer I did not aerate in the late summer. If I don't see some green in 2 weeks on my front lawn I will hit it with some high N.
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