Mind your manners, please.
Here is a quote from a http://www.paulparent.com . Paul's credentials
are on the home page of the site.
"The next seed to germinate will be Tall Fescue the seed that makes your
lawn look good all year long. This plant will produce a root system 3 to 4
feet deep into the ground to find water during dry periods and water bans.
Tall Fescue will need ..."
FYI Mr. Plummer, if you disagree with steveo he will attempt to find
out your address and harass you. He has done this a number of times in
the rec.radio.cb NG even going so far as to go to peoples houses and
take pictures and post them on the internet without there permission.
He does all this while hiding his identity so they can not retaliate..
have i come to your home? have I posted your court records? have i
posted your work address and phone number? no, but YOU have done all
that to people and you havent even got the guts to come out of hiding
with your real name and address. you sir are the one harassing and you
have no excuse.
On Sat, 15 May 2004 14:50:41 +0000, William W. Plummer wrote:
Could you name one lawn type that didn't derive from a 'weed' grass? Just
because ortho claims it to be a weed doesn't make it true. What is a weed
anyway but an un-wanted plant? I would personaly suggest that anyone
planting grass should look for a mix of grasses. Tall fescue is not
perfect for all situations in the lawn.
All this talk a side, you still side step the real point of these posts.
You made a claim and have not provide evidence of your claim. I highly
doubt that there is a lawn type grass that will root to three feet.
Scotts Rebel II isn't a tall fescue, but a red fescue as far as I can
Tall fescue description:
I agree. If you have rocky soil, you wouldn't want to till amendments into
it for grass, just put topsoil/compost on top. Compost is usually more
expensive than topsoil, but many times topsoil doesn't have organic
matrerial. I would mix the two 50/50. Let the grass grow in good soil. To
stay away from chemicals, the tarp/black plastic method is advised.
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