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Discussion in 'Organic Lawn Care' started by tweezerbeak, Mar 30, 2008.
will i leave stripes in the lawn if I miss a spot with it ? do i have to overlap??
NO, it is not a a fertilizer and the amount and types of N that may be in there are typically not plant available, but microbe available food.
The great thing about this mode of application is that you can apply with the dog or the kids in the yard at the same time
some of our lawns have over run there boundrys and started greening up the neagbors lawns thats the only side effect of organic lawn care if you can call it that.
some people call and say " we want our yard to look as good as the property line does".
Less disease, less inputs, more money. Whats not to like
AND satisfied customers