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Old 06-03-2004, 05:30 AM
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Default Lawns -- advice for warm season grass

Have you tried planting creeping red fescue in the area yet? It is a fescue
breed specifically for low light/heavy shade conditions. Only setback will
be ensuring it is not a traffic area.

Jason

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My backyard gets little to no shade, faces due South, and has generally
proven difficult to grow fescue grass in.

Any advice for starting a nice, warm-season grass (centipede or
similar)? Is it better to go with sod, sprigs, or seed?

Thanks in advance,
-jeff




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