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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by ztoro, Nov 2, 2003.
Gee Ray For some reason, I seem to be at the same lost.
Yes, leaves and manure/hay can make excellent compost. You'll know if it's ready to use if you can grab a couple of handfuls and it falls apart, like fine topsoil. You shouldn't be able to recognize what it was (leaves, grass, hay, etc.)and it will have a nice, earthy smell. Home Depot, Lowe's, K-mart, etc. all sell bags of compost if you need to get some right away.
Jodi, not really what I had in mind. I can aeravate concrete and it still will not hold water, add clay and it still will not hold water, spray it with any chemical you want and nothing...there are certain things that naturally hold water and nutrients.
Your fast, i was being sarcastic. Read it again.
You are fast too! Your location still says "At my desk". Well no frickin' duh. I am at my desk too. Actually, just to be different, i think i will put my monitor and keypad in the floor and i will change the "Dresden, TN" to "In my floor". Ask kirby where you can get that pile of sand to solve your soil problems.
doster how old are you? 2?
I have decided to spread concrete mix on my grass. do you recommend i use a fertilizer as well?
Portland cermet "post set" will be all you need. I am 5 years old for you Information. Good Luck. That advise is from My Desk to Your Desk.
Man, some people take the hard road.....
Thanks for the back up, ric. Yes, concrete then aerate. Wait a couple of weeks then fert. Yep, that'll do it. Make it 46-0-0. you'll see immediate results.
-Your lawn confidant, Doster's L & L