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    Let me guess he has a sprinkler system and 1 of the heads didn't pop up but sprayed anyway. the thatch in his lawn is so thick it is more like a carpet than a lawn.
    Maybe he should areolate his lawn before he has even more problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank S View Post
    Let me guess he has a sprinkler system and 1 of the heads didn't pop up but sprayed anyway. the thatch in his lawn is so thick it is more like a carpet than a lawn.
    Maybe he should areolate his lawn before he has even more problems.
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    What a moron, stomping up and down on his sod, busting it and squeezing out any hope of it surviving the incident, note the colour of the water change as he does his dance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frank S View Post
    Maybe he should areolate his lawn before he has even more problems.
    Well, if he does areolate it, I assume it will show up here under the "Instagram models" thread.

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    I reckon it is artificial turf. Jumping up and down on it will exacerbate the hollow underneath allowing even more water to drain into the area

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    Definitely instant lawn, natural grass or otherwise, as a lawn planted from seed would never do that.



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