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Old 07-21-2012, 11:16 AM
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Originally Posted by unit28 View Post
can we say the lawn/soil is possibly denitrified.... as a moot starting point?

Minnesota low lands are holding water even without irrigation this year. The amount of rainfall we had in May alone was the highest in Minnesota recorded history. Which leads to volitization, nutrient atmospheric losses and leaching. Oxygen starved soil ain't going nowhere in asthetic performance.

Which does point towards a more pronounced issue for lack of soil prep than anything. Once the foundation is renderd appropriate to sustain the change in landscape all else falls close behind.

So, wondering what and if anything was done by the landscape contractor
other than throwing sod down?

just askin
Answer....not much
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Old 07-21-2012, 11:52 AM
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I would not recommend trying to snow the customer.
That is not a good idea.
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