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how do you change your grass ph without new soil  RSS feed

 
                    
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How do you change the ph in your soile without haveing to rip up all your grass and soil and have to start new :
 
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Are you trying to go up or go down?
 
                        
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My lawn company wants to use an application of lime this spring to help the lawn, which is full of weeds. I've heard quick release lime is used in the spring and isn't as good as slow release, which is used in the fall. What do you think?

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It depends on your current pH.

I prefer the slower release stuff.
 
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