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Wet Spots

GSPHUNTER

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
Missouri
I have couple yards that seem to have soggy spots in them whether it rained the day before I cut or a week before.

I think part of the problem is the clay soil and sump pumps pumping more water on them. Is there anything that I can legaly put down to try to dry things up without a chem app license.

Thanks.
 

Nathan Robinson

LawnSite Senior Member
Location
47712
YUP! Its called HUMIC and FULVIC acid! NOT HUMUS HUMIC> A BIG DIFFERENCE> its organic and it will break that soil down down down. You will need to add an organic compost to this a little at a time as well. Aerate often until clay is loose and absorbs! Nathan
 
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