2020 | Warm Season Lawn Photos

Warm season grasses like Bermuda, Zoysia, St. Augustine, Centipede & Paspalum
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BUbbaSwine
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Location: Upstate South Carolina
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Post by BUbbaSwine »

Gave it a cut today. Still waking up in Upstate South Carolina. I am getting an invasion though. I think it’s TTTF from my neighbor. I have a swell drainage area in the back that I’ve hit a couple times with Image and it’s still going strong. It’s going to be a problem area as a good portion of my lawn and all of my neighbor’s lawn drains to that area. Glad it’s in the back!

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BUbbaSwine
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Post by BUbbaSwine »

Sorry, photos
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Buster
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Post by Buster »

Bermuda coming in! First fert went down yesterday.


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Travisfray
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Location: St Augustine florida
Grass Type: Empire zoysia
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Mower: California trimmer 20 inch

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TN Hawkeye
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Post by TN Hawkeye »

@Travisfray looks good. I grew up in st. Augustine many years ago. Cool to see someone from the “old town” on here.
I may not have the best lawn and I may not have a clue what I’m doing but that’s pretty much all I have to say.

Travisfray
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Post by Travisfray »

We moved here about 6 years ago and love it. If it’s been a while since you’ve been back you probably wouldn’t recognize it with all the construction going on

ZeonJNix
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Post by ZeonJNix »

The Zeon is really starting to come along now. Warm days ahead. Cut at 5/8

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Lawnboy_03
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Post by Lawnboy_03 »

jasonbraswell wrote:
Fri Apr 03, 2020 8:20 am
Lawnboy_03 wrote:
Tue Mar 31, 2020 10:06 am
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Love the oaks you have growing. How does the bermuda do when the trees have all their leaves out?

Pretty good actually. I have had numerous trees cut down to make sure it get’s enough sun. I did go with TifTuf as I had read that it does the best in shade. I’m waiting for it get warm enough to scalp and level. Will probably buy a reel mower to just do the immediate back yard.

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Ren
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Post by Ren »

Welded my bail bar bracket back together so i could get this down to 3/8" right before the last rain we are expecting this week.
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joerob2211
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Mowed, weedeat, edge
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Saints
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Grass Type: Empire Zoysia/Centipede
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Post by Saints »

Travisfray wrote:
Sat Apr 04, 2020 7:52 pm
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That Empire is looking sweet. What is your HOC? I have Empire in my front yard and haven’t been able to get stripes like that yet.
Life is hard, be harder.

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Travisfray wrote:
Sat Apr 04, 2020 7:52 pm
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Glad to see another Empire Zoysia lawn on here looking amazing!

I have a micro-sized strip in comparison to everyone on here :lol:

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Travisfray wrote:
Sun Apr 05, 2020 4:46 am
We moved here about 6 years ago and love it. If it’s been a while since you’ve been back you probably wouldn’t recognize it with all the construction going on
We were last there in October 2018. A lot had changed. I grew up out US1 off of Wildwood Drive. That area hadn’t grown a whole lot. I didn’t even recognize 312 from us1 to 207. A1A was a bit different. Was glad to see some of the old haunts were still there (Beachcomber, oasis, sunset grill, schooners, o’ steens).
I may not have the best lawn and I may not have a clue what I’m doing but that’s pretty much all I have to say.

anthonybilotta
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Post by anthonybilotta »

Filling in nicely 10 days post leveling

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BUbbaSwine
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Post by BUbbaSwine »

Long summer ahead, damage from last summer heat/drought on a newly sodded lawn(June 2019) Laid down PreM and have been hitting it with post herb. Not putting out Milorganite yet, want the grass to wake a little more. Took soil sample and waiting on results so I get a real good picture of micro needs. It just doesn’t look good right now...
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Cavan806
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Post by Redtwin »

@Cavan806 That looks AWESOME!

Awebster54
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Post by Awebster54 »

Just hit my St Aug with some Flashdance. Looking pretty dark.
Also strategically took this picture to hide my fungal problem.

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Redtwin wrote:
Sun Apr 26, 2020 9:59 am
@Cavan806 That looks AWESOME!
Ditto!

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