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Old 04-07-2013, 07:44 PM
DiyDave DiyDave is offline
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You don't have enough of a specimen to ID, IMHO. Looks like tall fescue, to me, pull up an entire plant, and knock the soil off. The way that you ID grasses is by features such as auricles, ligules, cross sectional geometry, rhyzomes and stolens. (google what you need to) Also, a short cut to ID tall fescue, is a purplish stain, above the root, as you peel back the layers, by removing the outer layers. Post pictures, of the identifying characteristics, and you will get better answers. Good luck.
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