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New grass/weed taking over lawn

Posted by isaacfox82 Southern US (My Page) on
Wed, May 14, 14 at 19:12

Hello-

I have been working on repairing the lawn of our new house for two years. I started with a thin zoysia in the front and back. Some of the lawn is densely shaded by large and mature oaks. I have been on a lawn feeding and weed program for about 9 months. Suddenly, the grass pictured pops up this spring. It has spread quickly for the first time this year. It is fast growing thin grass with small white tips (once about 2.5-3.5 inches). It is also growing in the shaded areas that I could not get zoysia to grow. Can anyone tell me what this is? Any feedback would be appreciated.

Thanks~


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RE: New grass/weed taking over lawn

It's Poa Annua. A lot of threads on this forum, especially this time of year on it. First piece of advice is bag mow. Second, is read up as many threads as you can before September.


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RE: New grass/weed taking over lawn

Thank you for that gsweater. Much appreciated.


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