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Concernednewguy7
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Grass help
I have a piece of the field from 2019 in my home office under a grow light. So far its been doing great since I put it there, but recently it’s been doing worse. Does anyone know of any root stimulants or anything?


FlyinTiger93
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re: Grass help
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FlyinTiger93
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I am sure you would need to fertilize by now. Assuming your patch of grass receives no rainwater, water from your faucet will slowly kill it, with all the additives present. You need to offset the salts with organic fertilizer.


Man4others
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re: Grass help
I am assuming it’s Bermuda grass? Sprinkle a little Milo on it.


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Concernednewguy7
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re: Grass help
Thanks for all the help
This post was edited on 1/13 at 1:11 pm


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Lou the Jew from LSU
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If you are talking milorganite, it stinks when wet. Don’t use that inside.
See if you can find a little alfalfa meal, or soy based liquid fertilizer.
How deep is the root profile ( depth of soil below the top of the soil?


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ronk
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Bermuda loves fert and that is something milorginite doesn't deliver. Honestly that little patch of grass probably needs sunlight and rainwater. Put it outside in the spring.


Bayou
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re: Grass help
Wins!


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