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Old 04-23-2006, 05:39 PM
LawnInOrder LawnInOrder is offline
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i don;t think that it put too much down. Shoudl i get straight rye seed or should i get s a rye blend of seed?
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Old 09-28-2006, 09:22 PM
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Bluegrass is by far the best! Ryegrass sucks: 2 reasons....most ryegrass plants cultivars grow in clumps and do not spread (like Kentucky bluegrass does). Also: most ryegrasses develope "rust" by late summer -- orange powder on your shoes, pets, carpet.

Ryegrasses germinate easilly & quickly, and they're cheap. Conversely, Kentucky bluegrass (more expensive) takes 3 weeks to germinate, and fall is the only time you have a good chance of it germinating - especially in poor soils.
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