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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by plumbguy, Dec 29, 2007.
my tall fescue lawn
Your blades look almost sharp enough judging from the first pic!
looks good and green. Nice work. Wish the snow was off my grass.
The first pic looks alot like st.Augistine.
I agree, I planted it a 11 pounds per 1000 which gives me a super thick stand.
I accredit the awesome topsoil I installed for the 7" deep root structure.
Yes that is what I was thinking......I wonder what the differences are?
Looks like K31, but it might just be because of the close up.
The difference in tall fescue and St aug. is fescue doesnt get clinchbugs.
St Aug.= warmseason. no available varitities that can be established by seed, must be planted by sod or plugs.
Fescues= cool season, but can be found in most temp zones from Alaska to Florida. ( considered a weed in the deep south), thousands of varities to choose from and they can all be established by seed.
It's # Tar Heel, Silverstar, and silverado II.
I don't purchsee seed from the box stores.
that grass doesnt look very good...its all green and lucious...bad times. j/k. lookin good!
K31?.......lol Not much out there looks like K31. Maybe if the blades were 1/2 an inch fatter!