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Re: Earthquake

Post by LongTimeCatFan » Sun Jul 09, 2017 8:37 pm

77matcat wrote:I'm planting grass and need to loosen up the soil. Wonder if I won't need to work so hard. Could be a blessing for me.


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Spread gypsum, then compost before laying the sod. I surely wouldn't be laying sod in this heat though. That's just dumb.
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Re: Earthquake

Post by Rich K » Mon Jul 10, 2017 7:01 am

It's all fun and games until the big one blows......

T-Shirt spotted in Jackson Wyoming recently: "Wyoming: Come for the Eclipse, Stay for the Eruption!"
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Re: Earthquake

Post by 77matcat » Mon Jul 10, 2017 7:08 am

LongTimeCatFan wrote:
77matcat wrote:I'm planting grass and need to loosen up the soil. Wonder if I won't need to work so hard. Could be a blessing for me.


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Spread gypsum, then compost before laying the sod. I surely wouldn't be laying sod in this heat though. That's just dumb.
Seeding.

Have good success loosening top inch, raking in seed and starter fertilizer and applying copious amounts of water.

Sprinkling system is in so the watering part is the easy part.


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Re: Earthquake

Post by LongTimeCatFan » Mon Jul 10, 2017 7:26 am

Ahh, ok. Yes

Still, I'd probably throw on some cover that will hold moisture like compost, straw (but you'll get weeds), or vermiculite. The neighbors grass clippings will work too if spread thin enough.
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Re: Earthquake

Post by 77matcat » Mon Jul 10, 2017 2:04 pm

Good suggestions.

Thanks


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Re: Earthquake

Post by RickRund » Tue Jul 11, 2017 2:47 pm

77matcat wrote:
LongTimeCatFan wrote:
77matcat wrote:I'm planting grass and need to loosen up the soil. Wonder if I won't need to work so hard. Could be a blessing for me.


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Spread gypsum, then compost before laying the sod. I surely wouldn't be laying sod in this heat though. That's just dumb.
Seeding.

Have good success loosening top inch, raking in seed and starter fertilizer and applying copious amounts of water.

Sprinkling system is in so the watering part is the easy part.


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I will recommend a great fertilizer, Milorganite.

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Re: Earthquake

Post by 77matcat » Tue Jul 11, 2017 3:29 pm

I use Milorgranite. Your lawns best friend (worms) safe.


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Earthquake

Post by LongTimeCatFan » Tue Jul 11, 2017 7:16 pm

77matcat wrote:I use Milorgranite. Your lawns best friend (worms) safe.


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Pelleted Milwaukee municipal sludge!!!

Best shiit evah!

I use it on the trees, shrubs, and flowers, but it lacks P so I add rock phosphate.

For the lawn, you can't beat Fertilome Greenmaker. It's a good slow release N with Iron Sulfate which mitigates the alkalinity of our soil/water. It gives you that deep "Forrest" green without having to mow every 3 days.
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Post by 77matcat » Wed Jul 12, 2017 6:10 am

One added Milorgtanite bonus, deer don't like the ****** smell.

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Re: Earthquake

Post by 77matcat » Wed Jul 12, 2017 6:13 am

Nice auto edit!!! What happened to first amendment??


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Re: Earthquake

Post by MSU01 » Wed Jul 12, 2017 11:07 am

77matcat wrote:Nice auto edit!!! What happened to first amendment??


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