no grass

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by burninbill, Dec 3, 2003.

  1. burninbill

    burninbill LawnSite Member
    Messages: 80

    I am currently trying to grow grass under a huge bradford pear with no luck. I live in KY and now it has gotten down to the mid. 40's and I don't know if I have any choice but to wait until spring to seed. I did get a good stand of grass this spring but burned it with a pre-m.(i know it was stupid and i deserve the mud front yard)
    Any ideas or advice would be great


    Jon Walker
  2. Barkleymut

    Barkleymut LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,117

    Rye is your only hope at this point.
  3. Gene $immons

    Gene $immons LawnSite Bronze Member
    Messages: 1,028

    Sometimes I will just landscape a problem area like that. What if you put some type of border around the area, and filled it in with some new topsoil and mulch. Then you can have flowers under the tree?

    Just an idea.
  4. impactlandscaping

    impactlandscaping LawnSite Silver Member
    Messages: 2,332

    If you got good growth before it's early demise,:cry: , prep and plant it now. It's too cold to start any new growth, but will have good soil contact all winter, and should come up nicely in the spring.We are still doing hydroseed jobs here.Doing another tomorrow if it doesn't snow.payup
  5. NCSULandscaper

    NCSULandscaper Banned
    Messages: 1,557

    Cut the bradford pear down, grind the stump and main support roots, bring in some new topsoil, seed and you will have beautiful grass.

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