Hi, I'm a homeowner that slit seeded tifblair centipede in May. I live in Raleigh nc, and have red clay soil. After seeding, I watered religiously for a month. I had thousands of seedlings emerge, and was feeling pretty good. Over the last few months I was noticing that the grass didn't look or behave like I expected. The grass grew with very fine stalks that would grow about ten inches before growing blades of grass. I was expecting stolons that sprouted grass every inch or so. In sparse areas, the stems grow on the ground and fan out like a spider. In denser areas, the stems grow straight up, and all the grass blades get cut off when I mow at 2 inches. In the last couple of weeks I've just started to notice what appears to be sparsely growing centipede (i'm not sure if its regular centipede or tifblair) with stolons and many grass leaves, but it appears to be a completely different type of plant from whats been growing since may. Why does it look like I have two entirely different grass species? Are the small stemmed plants starting to mature into centipede? Was my tifblair seed contaminated with another type of seed? I'm confused. Any help that can be offered would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.