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Starting From Scratch—Planting a New Lawn

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Whether you purchased a new home with dirt as your new lawn or you may have a lawn suffering from acute soil compaction, rampant weed problems, heavy thatch, or nutrient and organic matter deficiencies.  In either case, it is time to plant a new lawn. There are several ways you can plant a new lawn: seed, sprigs or plugs, or sod.  You can also hire a professional to spray a…

Grass is grass is grass… or is it?

Basic Distinctions

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Different species of grasses have distinctive growth habits that will affect the appearance of turf. Bunchgrasses Bunchgrasses, such as ryegrasses and most fescues, do not spread but enlarge through the growth of sideshoots or tillers.  Bunchgrasses are easy to spot if your lawn thins out because the grass looks like small clumps or islands arising from the same crown.  Bunchgrasses wear well, but do not form a solid sod.  You…