Answer: Sounds like you did everything right. Grass won't grow well in shade but by limbing up the trees the area should get adequate sunshine. The soil beneath pines tends to be somewhat dry. The roots drink up most of the water, but the canopies can keep rainfall from soaking in so you'll want to pay special attention to watering your new grass, especially in the summer months. Aside from that, I think you've prepared the soil well. Good luck with your new lawn!
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