Grass seed... what would you use on---

Discussion in 'Turf Renovation' started by Lazer Cut, Jan 11, 2010.

  1. Lazer Cut

    Lazer Cut LawnSite Senior Member
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    Great I will most likely use ky 31... I will be slit-seeding in Feb.
     
  2. Lazer Cut

    Lazer Cut LawnSite Senior Member
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    I researched it online and it looks like a tough grass... would be great if it lasted till the end of summer with no bare spots or small bare spot here or there.
     
  3. The Rookie

    The Rookie LawnSite Senior Member
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    Hope you have a good 2010 season. Need any opinions, lol, lawnsite is the place to be.
     


  4. would we tell you wrong.
     
  5. Lazer Cut

    Lazer Cut LawnSite Senior Member
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    haha no you guys would never try to trick someone...

    thanks. Wish everybody the best for 2010 season. Hope its $$$$$$$ for all
     
  6. Kiril

    Kiril LawnSite Fanatic
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    TTTF would be my choice.
     
  7. Lazer Cut

    Lazer Cut LawnSite Senior Member
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    TTTF? What's that time to try fertilizer lol?

    Enlighten me please
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  8. Lazer Cut

    Lazer Cut LawnSite Senior Member
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    tttf.... turf type tall fescue?
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  9. Kiril

    Kiril LawnSite Fanatic
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  10. Marcos

    Marcos LawnSite Gold Member
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    Hi Justin.

    The people who work in the Lesco in Sharonville off Crescentville are absoluletly terrible in terms of product knowledge & customer relations, and it's been this way ever since they moved this operation from a older smaller building that was farther to the west close to SR 747.
    That's why I switched personal loyalties & go to SW Landmark in Lebanon, or the Lesco near the Dayton Mall area if I happen to be doing something up that way.
    In this biz, knowledge & customer service is everything, on both sides of the counter. :waving:

    Here's a link for a company in West Chester / Fairfield called Cincinnati Wholesale Supply, or CWS:
    http://www.cincycws.com/

    CWS in your area is on Port Union Rd west of 747 on the left.
    They sell seed & give decent advice, too.
    (This time of year they sell mostly salt, though.)


    If you don't get satisfaction there, try the Feed Barn of West Chester:

    http://thefeedbarn.com/

    They're a little higher in price, but excellant people to deal with.
    Ask for Mark, the "park narc"
    He'll know right away who sent ya!:laugh:
     

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