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Deb Green

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  1. Thanks. I'll pass this on. He did have a soil test. He didn't show it to me and couldn't remember anything other than it said suggested soil sulphur so I don't know how how low the pH was.
  2. This is actually two questions! The simple question is, is there a way to lower the soil pH of an established lawn? My second question is, what is the chance that the soil pH is really the problem with a lawn that has been growing there a long time? These questions came up when a friend wanted to use some of my soil sulphur to apply to his lawn before a rain. I told him not to add soil sulphur to his lawn! Would likely cause more harm than help.
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