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 Post subject: Winterize St. Augustine
PostPosted: Sun Nov 04, 2007 2:52 pm 
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Alright I have a new home. I am the first owner. I have been organic since I have owned it, which is about 1 1/2 years. Still do not get the greenest grass that I would like. I do not have any trees. I am trying to keep it healthy for Winter. What is the best way to keep it healthy and have a better lawn for next year? I fertilzed it about 3 weeks ago. I am watering it now. I am not using a sprinkler, I am soaking the lawn to get to the soil deep down. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.


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What products have you used so far?


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Let me know any products I need to buy to winterize my St. Augustine. I love your sick tree formula. At my old house we had a magnolia that got damaged during the high winds of the hurricain, and we had to cut major limbs off that were dangling. The tree came back healthier than it's ever been! Full of leaves and just so happy! All the neighbors were amazed! Please help me get my new home's lawn just as happy!

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Brenda


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