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I just received my soil samples back from Rutgers Cooperative Extension and test results so very high levels of Magnesium & Calcium in my lawn soils. Phosphorus & Postassium counts was very low with all other microcnutrients Zinc, Copper, Manganese ,Boron and PH all at adequate levels. Grass is a yellowish, pale green tone and I want to get this full sun lawn looking golf course green!

Any recommendations to balance out these levels.
 

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Originally posted by crazygrassman
I just received my soil samples back from Rutgers Cooperative Extension and test results so very high levels of Magnesium & Calcium in my lawn soils. Phosphorus & Postassium counts was very low with all other microcnutrients Zinc, Copper, Manganese ,Boron and PH all at adequate levels. Grass is a yellowish, pale green tone and I want to get this full sun lawn looking golf course green!

Any recommendations to balance out these levels.
Did the people who ran the soil test give you any information on what you need to do? Every soil test I'v had done I was asked where the soil was from (yard, garden) and was told what I needed to do
 
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