Originally Posted by greendoctor
Emerald zoysia looks like a carpet when it is well fertilized and mowed at less than 1". I hate it when zoysia is sold without the truth disclosed about its mowing requirements. Want to mow with a rotary? Then Bahia, centipede or St Augustine is the appropriate grass for you.
For sure...happens all the time here. Landscapers and nurseries push it and don't inform through customer on the real needs and then you get a crummy lawn. I looked at a property last week that had empire zoysia full of weeds, yellow, puffy and thatchy as hell. I wont be winning that bid lol
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