vnephologist· Premium Member
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Hi everyone, just joined here, so my first post. I renovated my ~2.5k TTTF lawn to a mix of KBG cultivars last Fall (no glyph) after years of fungal issues. Following antifungal and soil amendment methods I read about extensively over at ATY, I've had good success. I started to lower my HOC a few weeks ago in anticipation of a Fall overseed (yeah, I know, will be tough with KBG) and have noticed a very interesting cultivar that is way darker than all the rest. I've found it in roughly 3 different locations of the lawn and its unmistakable. One particular thing I noticed is that its leaves have a very sharp point compared to my other KBG and it seems to have quite a few stolons. Because I didn't chemically wipe last Fall, I do still have some persistent TTTF and fine fescue mixed in spots, so maybe this is even some type of warm season grass that persisted? If somehow it does seem to be KBG, I'd love to ID it and plant some more. See pics below. Thanks!