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Lawn turning brown (addition)

Posted by lizzynola So Cal (msbjcashen@aol.com) on
Thu, Feb 6, 14 at 0:29

I live in Los Angeles, in Ladera Heights which is close Fox Hills, Culver City and the MDR. Zip is 90056.


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RE: Lawn turning brown (addition)

Okay, this answers the "where are you" question. Thanks. I still need answers to the other questions in your other message.

Also, can you please zoom in or get closer to the grass for another picture? If you can focus at 3 inches, that would be good. This grass looks like centipede instead of St Augustine. Really, though, in either case, the grass is dormant from cold temperatures and lack of water. This is very normal for most of the world. In your specific neighborhood and to the west of you, it might be a rarity. Certainly west of the 405 I would not expect St Augustine to go dormant very many years out of 10 - especially if you continue to water it weekly.

Are you affected by the California water restrictions?


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