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Re: Dead grass

Re: Dead grass
Posted by: James_Martin (IP Logged)
Date: January 08, 2013 11:31

Dead grass growing at the base of a tree can be caused by many factors. It may either be caused by some poisonous growth in the ground or it may be also be caused by the tree itself. Getting rid of the grass and then spreading some sort of fertilizer on the ground around the tree should do the trick. If you are still not sure then you may consult with a provider of tree pruning services. They should be able to give you a proper advice since they can check the ground and the quality of the tree and grass and then suggest a solution.

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|  Dead grass Scott 12/09/2012 21:07
||  Re: Dead grass James_Martin 08/01/2013 11:31

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