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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by lawncuttinfoo, Apr 18, 2008.
Lawn is very bumpy and the depressions feel slimy.
I would check for moles here, maybe grub feeding time, standing water pits?
Snow mold. Shovel the snow off it will be fine.
no, and no.
hint, it's an excess or deficiency of a certain chemical/nutrient.
I'll go with Calcium deficiency?
pythium blight with H2O being the chemical that is in overabundance?
I would agree with calcium deficiency or excess sodium, especially if clay soil. Excess sodium deflocculates the clays and will sometimes result in depressions due to losing the pore space
Dog vomit. lol