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Tall Fescue Lawn Management L 354

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Gil W. Landry, Extension Agronomist - Turf
Freddie Clinton Waltz, Extension Specialist - Turfgrass

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Published on Oct 12, 2010.

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Summary

Tall fescue (Festuca arundinacea) is one of the most popular grasses in the mountain and upper Piedmont areas of Georgia, an area that extends as far south as Atlanta. Its popularity relates to its ease of establishment through seeding and its green color during spring and fall, when warm-season turfgrasses are dormant and brown. This publication discusses the management of a tall fescue lawn.

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