|Originally posted by Zoso |
Our "lawn" is just old pasture, which is made up of probably half a dozen or more varieties of grass and weeds. It's never been professionally sewn or anything like that. I'm not one of those "OMG it has to be 100% the same species, manicured perfect, no dead spots/weeds" kind of home owners. Once a week, that 2 acres of hell gets cut. Other than that, I'm good. I do, however, have one spot of "dallis grass" that you have to really stay on top of, or it will damn near take over. That shit will grow in a TX drought. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paspalum
Just to keep the picture clear:
After I tried to get rid of everything which wasn't grass, there was no grass left. Also I used poison to kill the weed, but I used the one which also kills the grass.
Last year I used something to get rid of the clover, which also transformed green grass into yellow grass
I sowed new grass, watered it for two weeks and nothing grew. Probably the seed was too old. So instead of starting all over I went for turf (rolls of grass or how you call it). Much quicker, should have done it from the start.
I'm very skilled with the lawnmower my nephew wanted to throw away 10 years ago though
|Originally posted by Silky Johnson |
Our lawn is greener and in better shape this year than it's ever been. My husband put a shit ton of grass seed and fertilizer on it in the spring, and the guy that cuts it has been using illegal weed killer I'm pretty sure. Lulz.
If he watches football I would check if he didn't paint it.
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