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Hi Paul & everyone,
Just curious about the Fire Belly product; is it good for us in the Seattle area?  Also, we have a very sad lawn: lots of clover  (so bad that I broke down on a 9 yr. long commitment to use no herbicides in our yard) and hard compacted dirt (despite paying a bundle a couple months ago to de-moss, thatch, aerate, overseed w/ some topsoil).  I am interested in trying the "add several inches of topsoil/compost in the early fall" method, then keeping up on fertilizing after that.  With no herbicides (guilt guilt).  The big selling point on Fire Belly is the ease of application (connect hose... spray).  But do we need all of what they include?  Is it really good for this region?  Thanks for any help on this!
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