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The new grad is shiny, weed free and green, but not as green as last year's grass. I am not sure if pure PRG is suppose to be brighter, or if just needs more time.

Last year I used a mix of KBG, PRG and fescue (not sure which obe), but since PRG "kills" KBG I decided to use pure PRG, since that's what is going to survive from the mix anyway.

I did apply Fe last year abou 3 times, but this year I haven't done it yet. I saw a topic regarding Fe which reminded me.

Should I try to overseed the old grass with PRG, so it blends with the new PRG, apply Fe on new grass, or just wait?

 

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@Grassdaddy It does, but it doesn't sound enough shocking. :D

I sprayed it widh sulphate of iron.
2g/1sqm with 3 liters of water. About 25 square meters.

I wanted to do only half, but I figured I have enough experiments going on in my lawn so far, so I sprayed it all.
Now we wait.

Oh, the new blades are still a bith narrower then the established ones.
 
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