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Cool Season LawnsHello, Did a complete renovation last fall in my front yard and just wanted to see if anyone else has any issues with this limey green color stuff popping up now that winter is almost gone. I have two family members who are also experiencing the same thing with the cool blue. I have a ton of...
Warm Season Lawn Journals2 pallets Celebration Bermuda sod, tilled into 1.5 acres. I've done this a few times, but 1st time to do a journal. Photos: -The gun range I did late last year. A bit of ARG in there to hold up erosion during winter. Looking good now. - First was a regrade as I was dealing with hella mud...
Cool Season LawnsHand-pulled some poa trivialis. Noticed some of the lawn border chickweed starting to flower. Received all my lawn supplies for the year, took advantage of the off-season online discounts. Grass seed remains expensive so didn't buy any, luckily I still have some left over from last year...
Cool Season LawnsI have an area, about 3'x10', near our street that always dries out. I've noticed that when I put a sprinkler spike down there, it's kind of crunchy feeling. I'm assuming there are some rocks below. I was planning on just scoring the outside of this area with a shovel and peeling of the sod...