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ID Your Grass

March 5, 2018


If you live in an area where some of the lawns in your neighborhood are brown in winter and some are green, you know there are different kinds of grass.  Or if you are a golfer, you know there is a different kind of grass growing on the green compared to what is growing on the fairway.

Then one day you read the weed control package it states “Do not use on this and that kind of lawn!”  This is especially the case with weed controls for southern lawns.  So, what to do?

Well, I have good news for you.  Click here to go to Scotts easy to use grass type identifier.

Here Scotts will help you figure it out with descriptions and pictures of grass types to help you narrow it down.

Let me know if you need more help.  Let me know where you are located and if your lawn is in full sun or shade and I will help you figure it out.



This Fescue lawn in Atlanta receives about 4 hours of filtered sunlight a day.

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