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Revamping my organic fertilizer progam?

Discussion in 'Organic Lawn Care' started by Crammin'Mows, Jun 7, 2014.

  1. Crammin'Mows

    Crammin'Mows LawnSite Member
    from Oregon
    Posts: 155

    Overseeding is always good :)
    Laughed out loud a bit at the clover and black medic thing though, no offense! I would readily do something like that with my own lawn. However, my clients are still high end residentials who demand uniformty in their lawns. We spot spray weeds if necessary and pull TONS of them.
     
  2. cotyledon

    cotyledon LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 524

    Old timers around here always say " I remember when grass seed came with clover seed in the mix" I tell customers clover is almost always part of an 100% organic lawn ( I'll kill my self with safety scissors before I pick clover out of turf by hand)
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  3. Crammin'Mows

    Crammin'Mows LawnSite Member
    from Oregon
    Posts: 155

    I find that once i spot spray the clover and get it out of the lawn, incidental clover starts are easy to pull by hand with the weed popper. Even if they get going a little, they are still easier to pull than established clover patches. As long as I can find that mother plant with her tap root, I'm golden. :weightlifter:
     

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