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Hi everyone, can someone tell me what they think this might be. it's my Reno of Kentucky bluegrass. I'm in a transition zone a lot of the grass has not pulled out of sprout and pout all of a sudden we had high heat in the high 80s. The areas that received afternoon shade seem to do much better however I did use a starter fertilizer about 3 weeks ago along with some Milo. about 2 weeks ago I put down some calcitic lime.. I was thinking that might have been the problem was low ph. Test showed ph at 5.6 the calcetic lime said the bag was good for 400 square feet. I put the whole bag on my 600 square feet it's supposed to have raise the pH of 0.5. Did it burn my roots??( I just sent for a new test) I put down 2 pounds of the Scott's starter fertilize 24-25-04 three weeks ago.. (bag said 3 pound per 1000 sqfeet.) I also use some spray root riot about 2 weeks ago..