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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by vipermanz, Aug 23, 2001.
can anybody identify this one? it has me puzzled(again)
St. Augustine . You asked this before with the first pic didn't you. ( I remember the picture). Or it might have been someone else.
thanks alan, no, that was MY yard , this is my new customers yard and i noticed it cut great and stripes nicely too
vipermanz - you said it striped nicely? what are you doing? all we have down here is Flortam, Palmedow(misspelled) and Bitter Blue types of St. Augustine. I haven't been able to get it to stripe nor have I ever seen it striped. If I could that would set me apart from all the LCO in Jacksonville.
This brings up a question I have. Is there a book or maybe even a website that shows photos and descriptions of types of grasses?
I know there are like thousands of varieties, but something where I could just learn the basics?
I right now am looking at my turf book- "Turfgrass Management" by A.J. Turgeon. One book will not suffice. However this book is a good one for learning turf.
I was just flipping through there and found a mathematical formula for how to cut grass, at what speed, height, etc.
I'd like to see a photo .....the St. Aug in our area barely leaves what may even be called a stripe .......
the stuff in the photo is St. Aug .....but such a thick, coarse, stiff blade does not lay down when passed over to give the "stripe effect" from the sunlight
i cut with dbl blades on a 21", that might have done it
i really need to get a grass book