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Posted by molski none (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 27, 14 at 15:36

Hi everyone,

I am wondering about my lawn situation(WIsconsin). The yard was in great shape last year, very little weeds, and maintained. I applied winterguard around thanksgiving and the following day we received an inch of snow. I set the spreader to the proper settings. The snow did not melt until roughly 3 weeks ago.

Does this appear to still be dormant or could there be something else going on? I am a little concerned because so many sections are still completely brown. Most of the neighbors yards are pretty green now for the most part and I am wondering if the winterguard possibly burnt it and it is unrecoverable. Does applying winterguard delay greenup? Sorry the picture is sideways; when clicked it straightens out. Thanks for the advice.

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RE: Dormant/Dead?

Hard to tell from the picture, but in general, the browner, crispier stuff is dormant and still alive. The gray, damp, and limpier stuff is dead.

Tough winter all around.

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