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Review tags are currently only available for English language reviews. Selected filters. Updating list Reviewed 7 June girls day trip of sightseeing. Thank lisa a. Report response as inappropriate Thank you. You can literally make a pot out of it. When it's wet it comes out in huge, softball size clumps when I dig with the shovel, big soft plastic sticky clay.
When its dry, it's nearly impossible to dig in, it's more excavating a hole in terra cotta by slowly scraping away the sides. Dry you can't dig a shovel in for love or money. Yes, I would like to level the lawn.
Right now I have a 2 year old and a new baby so I'm trying to stick to smaller projects. I've been wondering about the disease as well. That soil there is almost always quite dry, at least at the surface. There is no puddling once the rain stops - it's on a grade. Now that the grass is so thin the topsoil layer is getting "grainy" and dusty and I'm worried about it being eroded away. Weeds also do not grow well there. I have an ongoing oxalis infestation in the yard, and they have a hard time growing in that spot. They will live there, but they won't flourish like elsewhere, they get dry and brittle.
Other weeds don't really bother colonizing the location.
If you have any other suggestions or cultural questions, please let me know! Here are the last two state lab tests I've had done on the lawn. Samples were taken from the whole lawn, though next year I may submit some from just in that location. Organic matter is low. I mulch mow and mow in whatever not many leaves fall. I'll throw a few organic feedings at it next year as well. To clarify, I did not recommend dethatching your yard--I said use a rake to pull the dead crap out of that particular spot. The stolons are growing over top of dead stuff when they should be laying flat on bare soil or invisible.
I just snapped a pic of this bare shady corner so you can see the way the stolons should spread along the bare ground. If I moved 2 rocks, this spot would fill in about a week. Need help with an existing Houzz order?
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Better pics of spots, I'm thinking maybe Helminthum:. Like Save September 12, That's just weird. Bermuda rarely gets a disease. Like Save September 13, Like Save September 15, Thanks for your input. Do you suggest dethatching now, in the fall, or waiting until spring? Like Save September 15, last modified: September 15, When it rains do you get any puddling on the lawn? Sign Up to Comment. Related Stories. The organic patterns of this unusual wood are making their way into modern and traditional spaces alike.
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