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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by jd75760, Jan 10, 2007.
couple pics of my yard in January 2007 still mowing about twice a month! Greenbrier, Tn.
what kind of fertilizer are you using
I only use Scotts Turfbuilder and overseed with rye in November. I also use a coreplug type aerator about 3 times per year because of clay soil.
I'll bet your neighbors are jealous !!!!
wow that looks really good! this year will be my first year for winter seed, i hope it looks anything like that!
Looks better than my lawn in Galveston, TX! All you need to do now is plant some cold-hardy palms and other trees like southern magnolias that hold onto their leaves year-round.
It looks like you're doing alot better than your neighbor across the street. It looks as if they have some SERIOUS issues. Can't tell from the distance (without seeing it right up close), but it looks like a bad case of pythium blight or brown patch, or something.
Thank's for the compliment's. I just bought this house last spring and had to replace the lawn and all the landscaping. All it had was weeds and cheap bushes in front of house. I dug it all up and replaced with my design. I have low voltage lighting all the way around the house that really makes the house stand out at night. I'm having a friend thats in photography come and take some pictures at night that i will post later. I had to sell my mowing equipment this fall because of back injury but I still love working outdoors. Thinking about going back to school at 47 to get degree in horticulture. Any sugestions. Would like to have my own landscape crew in near future and stay in this business somehow.
LOL My neighbors and 90% of all the yard's in neighborhood are bermudda
That some nice green grass you got there.
So how often and how tall are you mowing it at?