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What Grass Is This!?
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Hi,

 

I had a look around here at a few of the "identify this grass" threads and was hoping to identify this grass that I took a pic of, couldn't find a thread with the same variety so I started my own thread, what grass is this (the grass is a bit tramped on but you get the idea):

 

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Posted 26 December 2018 - 05:24 PM

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What Grass Is This!?
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Hi,

 

I had a look around here at a few of the "identify this grass" threads and was hoping to identify this grass that I took a pic of, couldn't find a thread with the same variety so I started my own thread, what grass is this (the grass is a bit tramped on but you get the idea):

Lawny,

so we are all on the same page, a quick Google image search resulted with

 

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trampled and with soft edges, and the point of your original post was…?

 

I was yelling out if he/she knows to search on var. it's a troll, don't reply, but young are deaf to the old.

Grumpy Grae


Posted 26 December 2018 - 05:42 PM

I'm retiring, not sure where I'm moving to. Greener pastures or back to FNQ.


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I thought it might have been a tall fescue, it does look a lot like it, but if you zoom in the grass has slightly broad leaf, is this a characteristic of tall fescue?


Posted 26 December 2018 - 06:03 PM




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