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Bad Grass Worse Grass

Posted by boojum_moon CA (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 4, 12 at 16:22

Hi, I've attached a photo of our lawn. We are not really into maintaining a nice green lawn but I would like to ID and remove or try to keep down these other faster growing types of grass...or at least I think they are different. My question is, would anyone have a good guess at what kind of grass my lawn is (so I could buy some seed and encourage it to outgrow the other lumpier grass. Anyone have any idea what the taller lump of grass is? Maybe I should mention that I live in southern california and 90% of the grass is in the sun 90% of the time.
We are slowly removing grass but what grass we do have, I'd like to look at least decent.
Thanks
Jared


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RE: Bad Grass Worse Grass

Do any of these grasses look like yours? Do a google search for California grasses. It looks like a bunch grass to me.

Here is a link that might be useful: Google images of grasses


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