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March 12, 8:18 AM [GMT -5]

I put down a brand new sod lawn in June 2012. On October 29, 2012 the entire lawn was under 5 feet of salt water during hurricane Sandy. The lawn looks dead. I do not expect it to come back in the spring. My question is do I have to replace the soil?

May 08, 3:31 PM [GMT -5]

very good advise, I like it, I'm a good killer with fertillizer, Royboy

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