Re: The yard & garden line is OPEN
A cool season grass is a cool season grass. Although it's not surprising to me that turf researchers are getting better drought and heat resistance out of cool season grasses, I stilly think it makes sense to use a variety in the lawn, a mixture of fescue, ryes and bluegrasses. The problem with using only one type of grass is that it's a monoculture, which is less resistant to specific pathogens, and environmental stresses.
Looks pretty cool though.
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