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Old 04-22-2012, 05:12 PM
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Originally Posted by diamondlandscaping View Post
IMO-Bahia that gets fert/irrigation is like a skirt steak with seasoning, it's still a skirt steak. It's funny how customers in your area irrigate/fert Bahia but will request you to cut zoysia at 4" with a big ztr.
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Not all Bahia here gets irrigation and fert.....just some. That is the funny thing though why I bring up this post..most people think that Bahia is what they see when they go by the lawns that do not irrigate or fert or do any kind of weed control. When in fact this lawn looks pretty darn nice overall. Like I said it is not as thick as St. Augustine when you are on top of it, but from the road side it is a attractive turf as it is generally deep deep green. The company that does the pest and fert does a good job on weed control too. The lawn is generally pretty weed free.
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