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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by bob, Aug 10, 2002.
A. A map of Austraila - (hi Karl)
B. A crop circle
C. Elephant urine spot
D. Chemlawns finest work.
If it wasn't for the dark green surrounding the "burn" I'd have to say that it may have been the LCO I saw the other day pouring gas in his string trimmer in the front yard of a lawn !!!
Of course, with as brown as the lawns are here, this or any other type of burn would be difficult to notice!
I'm gonna go with D
I agree with Keith...D is my final answer.
I would agrre that it is D. Lokks like they tryed to cover it up to with piant but they must have ran out. J/k I've never seen a green spot around a dead spot like that
Classic case of Nitrogen burn. The dark green around the edges is where it dilluted enough to not burn, but has it's exagerrated effect on the soil.
is that ur final answer?.....i agree with d.......nitrogen burn
I'm going with the alien theory...
bad crop circle @ 10,000 feet
The dark green around the perimeter of the burn is consistent
with a urine burn from a female dog.