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Old 03-18-2017, 09:38 AM   #6
Six Point
Join Date: Jan 2017
Location: Rockwall Tx.

Been in lawn care 34 yrs (fertilizing). You could have contaminated soil from builder or painters cleaning equip. Could be a number of things. St. Augustine grass needs at least 8-10 hours of good sun light to do well. If it's heavy shade thin your trees first, then add some good compost or rose soil you can buy from living earth. Till It lightly a couple inches do not over water especially in shade. If it's yellowing at all you have a fungus problem, let it dry out. Call me if you would like me to answer questions 972-822-8378 Ron
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