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Old 06-13-2006, 02:49 AM   #1
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fixing fertilizer spill area


i put fertilizer in my spreader and not paying attention stumbled into it and knocked it over! what a mess. i scooped up as much as i can but the grass has already burned and i need to know what to do to get green grass there again. the effected area is about 2'x3'?

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You should just be able to soak the area really well for a day or two to make sure you get rid of the fertilizer alltogether. Then you could just plant some grass or get a piece of sod for that one small area.

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Old 06-18-2006, 01:14 PM   #3
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Unfortunately there isnít much you can do when you overdo it with
fertilizer, rake it up and remove as much as possible, then water the area heavily for several weeks.

I would cut out the area, remove 1 inch of soil, add new
soil and seed, or sod,
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