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How can I improve my lawn soil?
Hi, I’m not sure which products would be best to start with for our lawn this spring. I usually use the Safer Lawn care products, but I don’t see much of a change in our lawn. I live in Marlton, NJ (South Jersey) where the lawn soil is pretty acid (low pH), we have the pine barrens close by and in the early 19th century the area was known for its marl clay found in the local soil. We have a pine tree growing out front and had more before a hurricane pulled one out. I guess they might have contributed to the acidity of our lawn. Our front lawn looks worse than our backyard. I’ve used Safer products, (their weed killer and fertilizer) in the past. But right now our lawn looks in need of some sort of major rejuvenation. We had it seeded and aerated last year, but the lush grass has somehow left and moved to the neighbors lawn, especially in the front. Can you suggest a simple plan to follow to revamp our lawn and possibly suggest some products that might help?
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