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LJ

Todd,
I think the "lawn info" is a great addition to the site. Thank you.
I would like to suggest the addition of more specific animal/rodent control such as wood chucks, etc.

Thanks,
LJ

Julie F

Todd,

Having a weather and lawn/garden page is a dream come true. I was so hoping you would be able to add a page like this one. Great info - as always - already! Will definitely look forward to coming here, often, for any new info and tips. I am trying to get my lawn and roses back into decent shape from the winter plus all the dry weather and am planning to plant some bushes and garden soon.

GaryM

Great site. This is my worst year of Red Thread in 3 years of having a lawn. I know you can fertilize the lawn to keep the damage at bay, but knowing our weather the next phase is high humidity, which in turn would lead to brown patch in the presence of N.

This year I am trying to do just 2 fertilizings, though I am thinking about spreading some cornmeal for weed control and slow release N.

I wish I could water per your recommendation. I am sure I am not alone in the New England region, with a lawn on a slope and with areas of ledge, which dry out fast. I put down water every day in the early AM and a couple of zones in the midday. All contrary to popular opinion, but it works and so far it is the only method works for me.

Anyway, thanks again for another great site, Todd and co.

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We always need to consider the weather if we are planning to have a landscape on our lawn. This can affect on the outcome specially for the plants.

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