Princess 77 lawn Renovation.

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cglarsen
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Re: Princess 77 lawn Renovation.

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ENC_Lawn wrote:
Sun Oct 27, 2019 7:43 pm
Day 176.

The lawn needs a trim...but we are still green!

I’m sure winter dormancy is right around the corner.


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That's a hell of a renovation! NIce work. Did the ARDEN 15 germinate/emerge any faster than P77? Any noticeable differences at the end of the growing season in those areas?

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Re: Princess 77 lawn Renovation.

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@cglarsen

Thank you sir!

If the Arden 15 emerged any faster it would of been hard for me to tell because I had to mix the Arden 15 into the existing back lawn which was already P77 with some some 419 SOD in some areas.

I was concerned if the back lawn was going to match up correctly...since I mixed the 2 cultivars....but Pennington Seed said they would match just fine and I think they matched up pretty good.

Here is a pic of The Arden 15 and Princess 77 mixed together with 419 SOD laid right beside the 2 seeded mixed cultivars.




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Re: Princess 77 lawn Renovation.

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ENC_Lawn wrote:
Mon Oct 28, 2019 6:42 pm
@cglarsen

Thank you sir!

If the Arden 15 emerged any faster it would of been hard for me to tell because I had to mix the Arden 15 into the existing back lawn which was already P77 with some some 419 SOD in some areas.

I was concerned if the back lawn was going to match up correctly...since I mixed the 2 cultivars....but Pennington Seed said they would match just fine and I think they matched up pretty good.

Here is a pic of The Arden 15 and Princess 77 mixed together with 419 SOD laid right beside the 2 seeded mixed cultivars.




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Yeah I guess they really are similar varieties. How's the density of the seeded areas vs that 419? I imagine next season you will really thicken up with that low reel mowing and better developed root structure.

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Re: Princess 77 lawn Renovation.

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@cglarsen In my front yard which is more established and is 100% P77 I personally can't tell a difference in the density of 419 vs the P77.

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Re: Princess 77 lawn Renovation.

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Day 181.



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Re: Princess 77 lawn Renovation.

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Day 188

Below freezing temperatures are expected tonight...so snapped a quick picture of the lawn before it goes dormant.


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Centipede / Bermuda Property line.

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Re: Princess 77 lawn Renovation.

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Day 191.

Still holding green...but the temperatures are suppose to hit mid 20’s the next 2 days.


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Re: Princess 77 lawn Renovation.

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Day 194.

A good frost this morning.

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Re: Princess 77 lawn Renovation.

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It looks like the p77 has held on pretty well. Great job!
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Re: Princess 77 lawn Renovation.

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Romangorilla wrote:
Fri Nov 15, 2019 9:37 am
It looks like the p77 has held on pretty well. Great job!
Thank you sir!

You guys still green up in Charlotte...???...or has the Bermuda gone dormant?

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Re: Princess 77 lawn Renovation.

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ENC_Lawn wrote:
Fri Nov 15, 2019 5:50 pm
Romangorilla wrote:
Fri Nov 15, 2019 9:37 am
It looks like the p77 has held on pretty well. Great job!
Thank you sir!

You guys still green up in Charlotte...???...or has the Bermuda gone dormant?
For the most part, everyone’s Bermuda is completely dormant in this area. We had about a week where the night time temps were upper 20’s to low 30’s. It was toast after that.
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