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PostPosted: Fri Apr 14, 2017 11:55 am 
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Be bought some turf about a week ago and unfortunately due to unavoidable circumstances as well as the weather constantly raining, our unlaid turf has gone a yellow brown.

Will this grow back or is it a complete waste?Image

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If the roots didn't dry out whilst it was unlaid it should recover.

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ayjay wrote:
If the roots didn't dry out whilst it was unlaid it should recover.

Pretty sure they haven't as it's rained every day. The edges of every roll are green

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should be ok, just keep it watered and it'll recover


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Hmm that was one of the best pieces. The other stuff looks like it's started to rot. Brown has gone mulchy, turf is falli to pieces in etc

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