Need help

Discussion in 'Turf Renovation' started by zak406, Apr 17, 2011.

  1. zak406

    zak406 LawnSite Bronze Member
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    I dont do this often, however I need some help. Im trying to help a friend out with (this mess another landscaper) left! How would you guys deal with this, my two questions are A. how should i get rid of all this clover (the green stuff is clover) and B. how do you suggest getting grass replanted? There is already top soil on the lawn. ?

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  2. RABBITMAN11

    RABBITMAN11 LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Hire true green
     
  3. JFGauvreau

    JFGauvreau LawnSite Bronze Member
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    what the hell happened to those bricks on the side of the house?
     
  4. EastCoast

    EastCoast LawnSite Senior Member
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    Trimec Classic in a sprayer will eliminate your clover.
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  5. zak406

    zak406 LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Not a clue, like I said its my buddies house im just trying to help him out!
     
  6. zak406

    zak406 LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Im thinking thats a sarcastic remark in this case I dont need it, im trying to help out a friend.
     
  7. MMADDUX

    MMADDUX LawnSite Member
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    Buy the looks i guessing its a new house. When they back filled they did not bother to put straw down. The rain splashes the dirt and in turn stains the brick. I dont think it can be washed off. I put straw down by a new house before for the same reason.
     
  8. CHARLES CUE

    CHARLES CUE LawnSite Silver Member
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    If it were me

    I would till it rake it out for best results add top soil. Than plant grass seed.

    Do a soil test add whats need.

    Charles Cue
     
  9. zak406

    zak406 LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Thank you thats what I was thinking needed to be done!
     
  10. Hell on Blades

    Hell on Blades LawnSite Senior Member
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    IF tilling is further than you want to go, take a soil test, then power rake it and overseed.
     

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