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By Tom Woods
The following information is courtesy of Charlotte Glen, Pender County Cooperative Extension horticultural agent.
When areas of your lawn that were healthy in the fall fail to green up and grow right away in the spring, cold damage (often referred to as winter kill) is the likely culprit. Minimize winterkill in your lawn by applying potassium fertilizer and raising your mowing height this month.
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