Thanks for the help Al. I see you also use John Green products but you used the organic.
Is it as simple as that...stop using John Green 4 step and switch to the organic?
Some places in my lawn has deep dark soil...others spots its almost no soil at all. Should I add compost to the bad spots? Is tea better than dry?
I checked my tractor and the absolute highest I can cut is the 2 1/2"
If I dig into one of them I can only get the shovel down 2 or 3". The ground is packed hard and is very dry
Does the tea really help?
I don't think Jgreen is organic. I had a look at the bag and it said urea. That's synthetic I think??
Northeast Al wrote:
Buddy, I don't see any urea in the J green organic lawn fertilizer at all. I even tried googling for it. You may have been looking at their regular fertilizer. The organic contains Kelp, Feather, Bone, and Blood meals, Amino acids and Humic Acid.