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What kind of grass?

Posted by njtropical 7b (My Page) on
Sat, Jul 20, 13 at 12:31

I saw this grass in front of my doctors office and it just seemed different than the other grass types in the area. Does anyone have an idea of what type(species) of grass it is?


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RE: What kind of grass?

Not with that picture. A close up of the blades is necessary to identify grass. Your location would also help.


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RE: What kind of grass?

Difficult to say, need a close up but looks like Bermuda.


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RE: What kind of grass?

Thanks for the response. I will get a closer pic the next time i'm at the doctors. Also, the pic was taken in Toms River NJ not far from Seaside. Thanks again


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RE: What kind of grass?

Well in NJ it is 99.9% not Bermuda.


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RE: What kind of grass?

Well in NJ it is 99.9% not Bermuda.

Agree possible Zoysia.


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Possible toe fungus?
j/k


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RE: What kind of grass?

Don't be so sure, I've seen common Bermuda up in CT.

I think the grass in the picture is Bluegrass.


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RE: What kind of grass?

Don't be so sure, I've seen common Bermuda up in CT.

I think the grass in the picture is Bluegrass.


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RE: What kind of grass?

Don't be so sure, I've seen common Bermuda up in CT.

I think the grass in the picture is Bluegrass.


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I said 99.9%, not 100.


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I would guess Bermuda from the picture. Only 100 or so miles up the coast from me, and I have a healthy bermuda yard. (thanks in large part to this forum!)
There is actually a lot of common bermuda used along the Eastern Seaboard for areas such as median strips, common areas, playgrounds, etc. Winters are fairly temperate, summers hot and humid.


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RE: What kind of grass?

If the picture is Bermuda, it is NOT the common type. It could be Zoysia as well.

Take more pictures and post, one from far away and another one from up close.


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