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Old 08-07-2011, 06:23 PM
Mxrider52 Mxrider52 is offline
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Originally Posted by maynardGkeynes View Post
I agree on Bermudagrass. Getting a little late for it though, so some annual ryegrass to stabilize until the spring. That's not that steep a hill, so should not be a problem.
Yea Bermuda is getting a little late so it wouldnt work. Seems Ryegrass will be about the best solution. Yea the hill is not steep. I can put my rider on it so I dont know why people keep saying retaining wall.

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Originally Posted by rlee View Post
I personally would not do anything aside from sod.

Sod and lots of water. Easy.
As someone else said I think sod would cost way too much.

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Originally Posted by lawnpro724 View Post
Before you do anything take a soil test to see why the grass that is growing is so sparse. Ad what the soil test determines is needed then ad good topsoil, starter fertilizer, seed and then roll the seed into the soil for good contact. Do not use straw unless you use a straw blanket and tack it down or better yet use Curlex plastic erosion control blanket.

Yea ill check into doing a soil test. It just hard around here to get grass to grow in red clay. What do you mean by roll the seed into the soil?

What is curlex plastic erosion control blanket? Is it pricey?
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