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new to organic

Posted by poorowner Northern CA (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 25, 08 at 12:24

Hi, I am new and want to find out more about organic lawn,
I read a lot there are so many ingredients I am confused!

I am wondering what does molasses do
and also got some seaweed extract is that a good supplement to use? how much to apply?

What else do I need?

I am new to lawn care in general and only 800 sq ft to take care of, it's easy for me to apply liquid with a hose end sprayer. I have a lay down a rye and blue grass sod few weeks ago, it's supposed to require quite a bit of nitrogen to grow well (1 lb per 1000 sq ft) few times a year. I want to do this correct from the start.

Also does anyone know where I can find soybean meal in northern california? That seems to be the main ingredient most people use?

Thanks in advance!

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RE: new to organic

I suggest you read the Organic Lawn Care FAQ's first. then come back with your questions. Link Below will answer alot of your questions

Here is a link that might be useful: Organic lawn FAQ

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