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Seeds all over the lawn

Posted by v1rtu0s1ty Zone 5, Northern IL (My Page) on
Sat, Jun 2, 07 at 0:13

Ok folks, I saw 3 of my neighbor's lawn all covered with seeds. I guess it's KBG's seed. I think it's like 95% of their lawn have seeds.

In my lawn, I only got a few maybe about 5%. Is something not right in my lawn or their lawn?

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RE: Seeds all over the lawn

Ignore your neighbors. They are not important. :-)

Sometimes grass seeds. Seemingly, sometimes for no apparent reason, it doesn't. Seeding doesn't seem to be much of a relation to sod health, either. Seeding also requires energy that the sod would otherwise put into blade and root growth. Not that there's much root growth in June, but I'll take what I can get and be happy about it.

Parts of mine are seeding all over the place (and driving me nuts with the stems in the process). Other parts are chugging along happily growing...but producing no seed.

It's all good.

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