New and established lawns may be maintained at different levels of perfection according to individual situations and desires, but good lawns seldom “just happen”. Along with fertilizing, choosing the right grass seed is important. Your budget, time and current situation all play key factors in deciding what is best for you. See the posing problems below and see if they match your current needs to find the right solution for you.
Problem: A large, unnoticed area, and not a lot of funds, high traffic, no irrigation system, sun or shade, don’t want disease or insect problems.
Most aggressive fescue and bluegrass on the market
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Problem: I’m a landscape contractor that just finished a job and the whole area is bare. I need something to come up quickly before the next downpour, but I don’t want a call back next summer from the customer complaining that their grass is dead.