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    08 / 29 / 2015

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I am attempting to rejuvenate my lawn. I have bare bare spots either due to my dogs or lack of information on how to maintain. I want to purchase sod or seed to fill in the bare spots. Unfortunately, I am unsure of what type of grass it is. I live in Smyrna, Ga. I would also like to overseed the grass for the winter grass to maintain a green lawn to eliminate mud and dirt being tracked in from the dogs. Last year, I overseed the back yard with Perennial Grass and it worked like a charmed.


  • Bobby Master Identifier says:

    The top picture looks like St.Augustine sprigs. If you have this evenly growing throughout the lawn it should recover small areas of damage during the growing season. Larger areas may need additional care but sprigging is certainly an option using sprigs available from your lawn. At this time of the growing season save your energy. Confirm St.Augustine id and percent of cover if that is the type we are looking at. Special care should be taken with herbicides and fertilizers. Continue with your plan to reseed perennial rye this fall. That works great in helping to re-establish St Augustine.

    August 31st, 2015 at 9:17pm

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