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Misapplication kills 75% of turf at University of Findlay

May 16, 2014 -  By

University of Findlay, located in Findlay, Ohio, is being forced to replace about 75 percent of its grass after a chemical similar to Roundup was accidentally applied to the grass instead of a fertilizer, according to The Findlay Courier.

As much as 54 to 72 acres of campus may have grass killed, the university said.  Tim DeHaven, owner of Lima, Ohio-based DeHaven Home and Garden Showplace, estimated replacing the grass could cost between $432,000 and $2.1 million.

For more on this story, visit The Courier.

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