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Discussion in 'Organic Lawn Care' started by lawncuttinfoo, May 6, 2008.
I thought CGM was insoluble N, Why is this yellowing of the tips happening?
think we see some spots to, better picture??? its a little blurred
I don't see the new growth yellowing just the last years stuff, am I wrong
If I am not mistaken you guys have literally just gotten out of winter, it has been a long winter there. What I see is the blades that have been burned by winter an haven't gotten going yet by warm soil temps
Wait 2 weeks and post the same picture, no brown tips I'll bet
the worms will love them
Are you saying that you think the CGM burned your grass?? That pic doesn't look like a fert burn to me.
we see "modeling" in the blades. almost like when it freezes here?? or a mold/ fungus issue, but that's rare with CMG. usualy CMG lawns dont get fungus.
This is not winter brown, this is a bright yellow on the top 50%-100% of maybe every 20th blade.
Here is a pic of some of the brown grass in the lawn. I don't have a side by side but the color difference is night and day.
Now that I look at the original pic again you can clearly see the difference between the brown grass and the yellow grass.
where are the roots?? are they longer than the pictured roots? fungus is among us????
any change in watering????
thats the most beautiful driveway
This pic is of a seperate issue in this lawn, infestation of a warm season grass. I pulled up the grass hoping that would be enough for an ID I did'nt dig up the root sry.
It has been very wet this spring here.
Lawn fungus causes what the yellowing or dormant grass?
yellowing, it also causes a modeled or patchy, splotchy color in the blades. we think we seen it in the first pic. the flat blade that's from top right to center. it looks "modeled"?
did it get any tea???
look at the red spots?????