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St Augustine Grass Lawns Suffer During Dry Spring in Pinellas County
by Rick Orr
The dry weather has turned many lawns into dead or dying lawns because the owner is either not watering or the irrigation system is broken. Those brown, tan or even blue grey areas indicate water stress in the lawn.
It is not chinch bugs – yet!
If you notice brown, tan or those blue/grey areas in the lawn – check the irrigation. Most likely you have a broken head or the system is not running. Fix and repair as needed.
For more information on this subject visit: Turf Radio: #1 Reason Lawns Fail – Water ; How to Set Up Your Irrigation System to Keep A St Augustine Lawn Alive
ILoveTurf.com - March 17th, 2012
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