Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Zenith Zoysia update

If you have bare areas, take a look at these photos, and then check out the tab at the top entitled Tennessee lawn grass. These are photos of Zenith Zoysia taken during the second growing season. Click to see a larger image. Seed were sewn over plug aerated soil May 2013. These pictures were taken June 17, 2014.
Seed sprouted last summer, watered last summer PRN, and only rain water this second summer. No topsoil here.

The longest stolon (runner) is about a foot long.

By the end of year four, with just rain water, this are should have close to complete coverage.
The green clump in the center is a Zoysia plant. As it grows, it will put runners out into the bare area.

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