paul15 – posted 29 August 2007 15:11
i recently bought a house and i have been having problems keeping my grass green and full. i have tiff grass in the front and i have noticed that along side my house the grass their is alot thinner than the grass in the front. i use a 26-2-13 with 2% iron fertilizer. how can i get my grass to be full all around?
tak2w – posted 10 October 2007 13:16
Just a guess, but are the thin areas more shady than the rest of the yard. Bermuda likes full sun and can’t tolerate much shade.
paul15 – posted 13 October 2007 15:13
yes, the thin areas are in the shaded part of the yard.
waterman – posted 26 November 2007 11:27
Since this area is too shady for bermuda may I suggest more shade tolerant grasses such as St Augustine or Emerald zoysia. These will do better unless it is deep shade if so plant landscape material such as azaleas,camellias or perennials including ground covers