North Denver Notions -Down the Garden Path
Many of us had winter die back because of lack of moisture in January, February, and March. I have discovered a cheap way to bring back the lawn. If it doesn’t work you can always go back to the expensive way. Dissolve two cups of Epson salts in five gallons of water. Pour this mixture on the dead looking spots and let it soak in. Then take a garden fork and aerate those spots with the fork tines. Go down about four inches. Then fertilize. The spot should come back soon. I wouldn’t recommend this for all of your yard, but it works well for spots.
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