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Old 22-04-2004, 06:02 AM
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Default Too many nuts, too little lawn

There is a stand of mixed hardwoods, including mostly mature and extremely
prolific (hickory?) nut trees, beginning about 20 feet south from my back
porch. I would like to have a strip of lawn between my porch and the
trees, but the yearly onslaught of nuts combined with lots of shade from the
trees has made it impossible. I am in AL zone 7b and have burmuda lawn out

Is there any type of lawn that can take this abuse or should I resign myself
to just paving in as much patio as I can afford? A garden supply suggested
sodding zoysia, but they had pallets of the stuff to sell ;-)

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