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Discussion in 'Landscape Maintenance' started by Garrett1234, Aug 8, 2019.
I know your right. This is a rare time I wish The lawn was smaller. Oh well
Just reviewed my March thread in regards to the % tttf vs kbg. I guess i went 50% kbg. Wow. I will say it’s the most lush carpet lawn that I’ve seen in person (truly not exaggerating). I ordered 100# tttf and only 25# of kbg for this Reno so I guess I’m going 25% kbg. Maybe I’ll order another bag anyhow.
I know this is going against conventional wisdom, science, you tube, research, etc....but seeds “relatively” cheap. And I feel from personal experience it doesn’t choke itself out as I’ve read. So I’ll seed heavy rate
Simple answer yes. If I was only going to do one thing to a lawn it would be to add compost. Even more so in a seeding situation.
Compost it is then. Ah man! But if doing all the work might as well
Go for it!
You have sandy soil its the best thing you can do
Bigj and @agrostis are right on imo
Perfect seedbed and all the nutrients for seedlings
I've had good results and never used starter fert
And this guys a compost lover too
Just applied 2nd gly app. Also stopped by “compost store” and checked their products. The 35 dollar per yard compost referred to as “forestry compost” is a LITTLE chunky but super dark and seems like it’ll spread well.
The guy also talked me Into something for 30 bucks a bag 3 50# bags of some chicken manure / micronutrient blah blah. Anyhow. When I pick it up this weekend I’ll share what it is.
Going all in on this one
Have you ever measured your property ?
Yes. 17.98 acres