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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by mrkosar, May 15, 2007.
fire away please
My best guess is "turf type" tall fescue. Course, yet compact.
If I'm right, what do I win?
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turf type. i really doubt it. this lawn is an older lawn. fescues maybe, but not turf type i don't believe.
Poa, Perhaps or seeding fescue.
Appears to be growing too upright to be poa, IMO.
Just your turfgrass (blue, rye - hard to tell from pictures) going to seed. Mow it a notch (1/2") shorter next cut, removing seed and some of the stems. Then raise the height of cut back up on the next cut.
New growth will mask the off-color stems as they wither and die back.....
TurfPro -- I think you might be right -- Kentucky bluegrass - Park or Marion? If it is Kentucky blue, it's definitely an older cultivar, cuz the newer ones have a more compact growth habit. ????
Not sure. Potential barnyard grass. An annual common in new seedings. flattened stems, red at the base. Does it look like this?
nope. i think its just a fescue, rye, or blue that is seeding. definitely isn't barnyard, poa, or any noxious grass. it is in many many lawns, but is a very small seeding grass.