I replaced a section of my lawn in late August. It now looks as though its dying.

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Posted by: from Windsor
10/15/2013 at 7:45:42 PM

I tilled the soil to 5-6 cm. depth before laying it. I did not add starter fertilizer at the time. I made sure to give it sufficient water every day and it appeared to be doing very well until the end of September, then it began turning yellow. I put some Scotts Wintercare on it in the beginning of October. But it continued to get worse.

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