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Discussion in 'Network: South' started by TurfGuyTX, Mar 18, 2003.
I've never had a problem with mine outside. Should be fine.
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Hope no one put their jackets up yet.
I can hear the calls coming in now, "what is wrong with my shrubs/trees, the leaves are turning black"
It's been a wild one so far, right? This weather swing has cramped up more than a couple plans.
Is anyone getting a good run off rain or just the light stuff we are getting?
I sure wish it would come a hard rain later because our ground is pretty saturated and we need some run off in a bad way.
I live west/southwest of Ft Worth and most of the stock tanks around here have really gotten replenished over the past couple days. The creek beds that are usually dry are also flowing right now. It has been a good couple days around here. The problem is that work hasn't happened yesterday or today, and tomorrow is looking pretty iffy/soggy.
I'm look for a sub for some landscaping work, putting in a new flower bed, south Denton county anyone interested
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PM me some details.
This maybe is out of topic but anyone of you would recommend a software where I can control my routes, invoice, and receive payment? maybe any option online where I can access this info on the go?
This weather is driving me crazy. I have several things that need to be done but it is staying too wet to do most of them. How is y'alls lawns around the metroplex? Up here the only thing growing is the weeds. I generally start fertilizing next week, but this year everything is still mostly dormant. They are trying to wake up but are still at least a couple of weeks away and yesterday and this morning is not helping. Maybe we will get lucky and have a cooler summer with some moisture. Looks like the overseeded ones are going to need to be sprayed or the Bermuda will be stunned and super thin by the time they transition on their own. I sure would like to have a couple of normal years to get the old checkbook back to a good way.
Hope everyone is doing well
Most of my lawns have stayed pretty wet. Makes it difficult to mow the weeds. Turf is starting to come out of dormancy. I have several projects in a holding pattern until the weather normalizes a little more. It's been a real pain in the butt so far this season.