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Need grass to grow in shade
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tater    Posted 08-17-2002 at 20:58:30       [Reply]  [No Email]
i have about two acre bermuda grass lawn, and have
11 bradford pear trees an 7 australian pine on one acre of it, the bermuda will not grow in the shade, was thinking about planting fesque in the shade, wanting to know best time to plant, we have a fairly long growing season, from about early april to last of october, am located in central ok, anyone had this problem, or any suggestions, posted a pic on photo gallery,
dont know much about puters, pic got there, but no text, says submited by someone
tater


Nathan(GA)    Posted 08-18-2002 at 07:41:17       [Reply]  [No Email]
tater, around here Centipede and St. Augustine do well in the shade and under most trees. Bahia will grow up through asphalt! But, you don't want it.


DeadCarp - that's peanuts?    Posted 08-18-2002 at 00:42:29       [Reply]  [No Email]
Noticed your earlier picture - i never saw peanuts grow - wish i could see what they look like at harvest time. Lotsa people would, probly. :)


tater    Posted 08-18-2002 at 06:01:28       [Reply]  [No Email]
it will be about a month until peanut harvest.
will try to post some pics of harvest.
tater


Les...fortunate    Posted 08-17-2002 at 22:06:36       [Reply]  [No Email]
Trees and grass are not good friends. Man tries to get them together. Trees especially don't want grass around them.
Read anything by Dr. Alex Shigo, probably the world's foremost authority on trees and a prolific author.


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