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post #21 of 62 (permalink) Old 06-16-2014, 01:19 AM
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Not a chance of fertilizing the lawn in this yard Jaymo. With the water table as high as it is and the fact that someone who is long dead and gone, using the 30 year old manure pile as landscaping material, I can not keep up to the mowing as it is!!


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Just say your are a sod farm. Don't worry*

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I hear ya chance2! There is definitely a balance between keeping a healthy lawn and putting it on steroids.
What I observe is that the quack grass and other wild grasses grow the fastest when your lawn is neglected. By putting on some fertilizer it helps the desirable grass choke out the grassy weeds and dandelions.
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(c) uses related to golf course operations;
Or put in a couple holes, a sand trap and water hazard and say your a golf course...

Willing to bet that if they aren't doing things right on said courses it won't matter if the city has a lawn chemical ban, going to be so much runoff from the courses it will be more in one year than 10 lawns get in 100 years.
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2-4D and I'll even mix that with Crossbow if I want to kill off the clover while I'm at it. Need a good sticker/spreader in the mix too.
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i hear ya chance2! :dthere is definitely a balance between keeping a healthy lawn and putting it on steroids.
What i observe is that the quack grass and other wild grasses grow the fastest when your lawn is neglected. By putting on some fertilizer it helps the desirable grass choke out the grassy weeds and dandelions.


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After automating business through managemart lawn care billing software, you can add and edit personal information, transaction details, cost, and other parameters at all the order life stages. The most complicated process of corporate B2B and wholesale sales is automated in the highest way possible. The deadlines for each stage will allow managers to use their time more efficiently. For the increase in productivity, the purchase funnel is used.
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par3 seems to work well, and doesn't hurt the grass ...
about $60 for 10 litres of concentrate, makes roughly 500 litres of ready to use, two applications a year

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