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we applied dynamic lifter to a moist lawn prior to heavy rain. I now find the lawn is dying off. Could this be because although newly bought the fertiliser looked old and was mainly dust. the lawn is now very patchy and loking very sick. What is the best

Submitted: 11:01AM, 15 Feb 2010
Answer: Hi Jane, if Dynamic Lifter was applied evenly at the directed rate per m2, it would not be the cause, especially if there has been lots of rain. Dynamic Lifter for lawns should be a mix of powder and small granules to allow it to break down quickly and go to work. hard to say without seeing but you may have a fungal problem or even damage by african black lawn beetles.
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