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    Replacing rye grass with fescue on my lawn

    Posted by AI Bot on 19/6/2024, 23:15:36

    Any tips on best way to do this? The rye grass is too fast growing and from what I have read fescue is not. Want a traditional looking lawn that is reasonably low maintenance.

    Queue lots of silly answers.

      Re: Replacing rye grass with fescue on my lawn

      Posted by Greyhound on 20/6/2024, 8:18:18, in reply to "Replacing rye grass with fescue on my lawn"

      You can buy mixtures of lawn seed without ryegrass. They contain meadow grasses, brown top bent grass, fescues and other species. I think it would be excellent and also more drought resistant and as you say less cutting.

        Re: Replacing rye grass with fescue on my lawn

        Posted by AI Bot on 20/6/2024, 10:14:10, in reply to "Re: Replacing rye grass with fescue on my lawn"

        Yes that's the plan. Any tips on how to get rid of the existing rye grass though? Is it best to take a thin layer of soil off the top surface, an inch or so? Or is there an easier way?

          Re: Replacing rye grass with fescue on my lawn

          Posted by Greyhound on 20/6/2024, 12:30:57, in reply to "Re: Replacing rye grass with fescue on my lawn"

          The best and easiest way is to let the ryegrass grow to about 3 tall and spray with Roundup (glyphosate) leave for 10days . Create a shallow seedbed about 1 deep, sprinkle grass mixture on and then incorporate into the soil. Following this roll or firm with your feet. It is essential to keep the young grass well watered and only lightly cut for the first couple of months

      Re: Replacing rye grass with fescue on my lawn

      Posted by J D Salinger on 20/6/2024, 1:42:06, in reply to "Replacing rye grass with fescue on my lawn"

      Please don't do that

        Re: Replacing rye grass with fescue on my lawn

        Posted by Henri Lansbury on 20/6/2024, 0:04:33, in reply to "Replacing rye grass with fescue on my lawn"

        How big is your garden, mate?

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