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Old 03-20-2013, 07:47 PM
mckaymotoworks mckaymotoworks is offline
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Location: Murfreesboro, Tennessee
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Help, my grass is total nightmare

I purchased some seeds from the local Co-Op after killing off the weeds/lawn last year. I chose a high tolerant Kentucky strain mixed with another drought resistant that grew fairly quick, but I noticed I had splotchy patches.

The Kentucky look to me like a type you'd put in a pasture or field, when cut the patchy areas were more noticeable, almost a spidery look is the best I can describe it. So my question is, should I kill the lawn off again, wait the three weeks, fertilize and then put down some Bermuda or else?

The only grass I know that's more evasive and that can take control is centipede which is very common in my home state of MS, but I now reside in Middle TN. It's also a rental, so I do not want to spend too much to remedy this.

What product available to the general public do you recommend to take control of the trash grass and weeds?





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