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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Guthrie&Co, Feb 2, 2005.
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needs bone meal???
Perhaps too much nitrogen in the fertilizer.
i'm gonna take a stab and say they are lacking phosphorus. do u know the answer?
I will agree with the Guy who's screen name will come a bunch of *** I will also agree with the who is a ******. Way too much vegetative growth. Also the High N has exacerbated Fungus.
Sometimes a low pH (meaning acid) will cause that as well, it looks as if they burned themselves from the inside out.
by just looking at pics ( iam a greenhouse grower in winter time ) and without further testing by your ag agent , its looks like bacteria wilt probally should have been sprayed with a fungicide ( possibily bravo )
They look dead......
what about a nematode? a possibility? by the way a guy asked me to post these pics and to see what was wrong.