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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by BryPaulD, Oct 4, 2004.
Should I dethach my lawn? Or Rake it?
It all depends - are you looking at the umdecomposed organic matter that is laying on the soil surface by the crown of the plants?
Or, have you pulled a soil core sample and noticed an amount of thatch present in the soil profile?
Soil type, plant species, climatic conditions, cultural practices, all play an important part in determing when/why to remove thatch from the edaphic environment.
To answer your message title - No.
I didn't do a soil test. I was looking at the matter on top and the "dead grasses tangled underneath the good grass
Here's an old thread that may help you understand what thatch is.
Thanks groundskeeper. Good thread. I bookmarked it
how much money do you have?
I sure am glad you indexed that one Jim. It is by far the Best explanation that I have learned from.
I wish these were put in an index like Eric ELM had. It was like a FAQ section of explanations.