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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by TXNSLighting, Oct 1, 2007.
which do you guys prefer?
Only homeowers use annual and I think they don't know the difference. The annual just grows to fast in spring and I don't like the light yellow color. We have some areas under trees that keeps the rye on it all year long. But we have to water it a lot and those days just came to an end today.....only can water twice a week from now on.
Depends on the application. For a winter green overseed I use annual rye.
Perennial. Just make sure to cut it down when the other grass (usually St Augustine or Bermuda in Austin Texas area) starts to come back (~4/15, tax day here, same as fertilize) or you can stunt/suppress the growth.
I have seen shaggy annual rye shade out the base lawn and leave a bare mess come July.