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Question DetailsAsked on 7/22/2013

Is there such a thing as a Lawn consultant to help me treat my lawn, but I'll do it on my own?

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Some lawn and shrub plant centers who sell sod also are knowledgable about diseases and such.

Your best bet is to get a mail-in soil chemistry test (kits available at greenhouses and your local Cooperative Extension Service) - that will advise you on nutrition issues, and recommend fertilizing to do. Here is an article on that -

http://www.yardcare.com/restore/resto...

Your Cooperative Extension Service has online (and handout) information on lawn care, disease and pests and vermin control and identification, etc - a GREAt resource for home gardeners and landscapers. Just Google using your state's name added to - Cooperative Extension - like Cooperative Extension Pennsylvania, if you live there, for instance

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