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Member since 07 Dec 2007
Member from Reporoa
After all this wet weather a soggy piece of our lawn seems to have mineral salts (or something) lying on the surface of the lawn and is killing the grass. This part of lawn is usually damp as there are springs nearby and lately has been very slushy for a long time. Can anyone advise us what we could do - dig it up, start again?? etc. It is not practical to drain this part of the property. Thank you!
Member since 29 Jun 2006
Member from Leithfield Beach
What about run the rotary mower over it and take salt off lawn ????
The salt is wet and has killed the grass so it is virtually sitting on mud.
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