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March 10, 2010

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Elizaveta Kramer

LOL! Why not try aeration? As the soil absorbs more nutrients, it will improve further, leading to luscious greens in-the-making! =) What I did a few years ago was a total garden renovation. I personally replaced everything, including the grass and plants. I believe that your garden has hope regarding these thinning issues.

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