The original writer indicated that the grass in the non-shade areas was
ok and the grass in the shade was not. Not said by inferred was that it was
an established situation.
Now it is possible that the soil conditions and or type of grass might
be wrong and could be fixed, but most of the time when these conditions
exist they exist because of the excessive shade. Even a change in type of
grass and soil improvement will not eliminate the shade which caused the
condition in the first place.
That is why I suggest it would be a lot of work and little return. I
stand by that statement. base on the information provided. While it may be
your opinion that I am ignorant, you are free to make that mistake. I doubt
if your opinion will make much difference to either of us.
Sometimes the best advice is to admit defeat.
It may be that my reading of the original message was wrong and one or
more of the ideas suggested may be helpful, but in the end, grass in shade
is seldom successful.
I noticed that neither you nor Andrew had any ideas to offer.
Joseph E. Meehan
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