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Is this my grass germinating or something else?

Posted by KMack17 6 NJ (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 25, 12 at 17:33

Hello, I planted a mixture of fine fescue and KBG 10 days ago and I'm starting to notice some activity. I'm not sure if what I'm seeing is grass or something else that I don't want. It seems like whatever is coming up has 2 leaves sprouting in opposite directions. Is this what grass looks like in its early stages?

Here's a picture. I'll take a better one if anyone needs it. Thanks for your help.

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RE: Is this my grass germinating or something else?

Nope, that's not grass, just weeds.


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RE: Is this my grass germinating or something else?

Sorry, friend. That looks to be a whole lot of something other than grass.

What else are we seeing in that pic? Are those all rocks?


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RE: Is this my grass germinating or something else?

It's PennMulch after it's absorbed some water. It's starting to break down.

I know spring is a rough time to try to establish a lawn, but do I have any hope here? Any recommendations to try to get rid of this stuff while keeping the grass alive?


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