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Old 07-29-2012, 04:21 PM
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Keep in mind that Kentucky bluegrass is very slow and is a weak seedling--often overcome by competition with old grass. If you get any new grass established--it is probably going to be perennial rye--use a top quality perennial rye. Make sure it claims to be disease resistant to the three most common diseases in your area. Red thread, gray leaf spot and brown patch.
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