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Organic alternative for bermunda lawn

ronm69
9 years ago

I have been unable to locate soybean meal in my area for starting an organic lawn care program. I have a bermuda lawn (tiff 419 sod) that I laid 2 years ago. I am using a reel mower and have it at a height of 1" right now, and will be going down to 3/4" in the next few weeks. I have found a possible alternative that is certified organic and available at a near by feed store. I have included a link to the product below (hopefully I am allowed to do that) as this is my first post here. I have been reading here for a while and would like some feedback from those that have more knowledge about what would be good for my bermuda lawn.

http://www.southernstates.com/catalog/p-4730-nature-safe-10-2-8-coarse-omri-50-bag.aspx

Here is a link that might be useful: Nature Safe fertilzer

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