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korean grass

Post by umerilyas » July 29th, 2013, 10:52 am

I have planted korean grass in form of 3 x 3 feet patches,it is now well grown in land in 3 months but it is not as condense as it was originaly when planted and does not give the feel of carpet .i applied npk,after a month urea but does not got any got result,any suggestion to make my grass condense and carpet like will be appreciated.
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Re: korean grass

Post by ka_khan » August 7th, 2013, 6:19 am

Dear it will take little time.It will give you results after few initial cuttings.

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Re: korean grass

Post by newton » August 11th, 2013, 5:25 am

the more often you cut it the denser it will grow. You see your grass will adapt by creating smaller finer leaves with side branching after each cut. the second thing is not to cut it too short so that the weeds don't get hold in patches of bare exposed soil. its better to cut twice rather than one deep drastic cut.

use a good lawnmower with good quality blades so that the blades are sharp enough to cut rather than pull the grass out

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Re: korean grass

Post by Muhammad Arif Khan » September 11th, 2013, 8:35 pm

umerilyas wrote:I have planted korean grass in form of 3 x 3 feet patches,it is now well grown in land in 3 months but it is not as condense as it was originaly when planted and does not give the feel of carpet .i applied npk,after a month urea but does not got any got result,any suggestion to make my grass condense and carpet like will be appreciated.
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Just get rid of it; it is not meant for mowed lawns. It is used for landscaping where it forms irregular mounds and is not trimmed.

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Re: korean grass

Post by farah fayyaz » September 11th, 2013, 9:58 pm

I am also not satisfied with my korean grass.Monsoon came and passed but my dream of having lush green carpet like grass could not come true.I applied urea but it burnt it from different places.

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Re: korean grass

Post by UMARKHANMARDAN » September 12th, 2013, 12:03 am

I think Farrah you have over dosed your grass with urea.Another factor can also be there.You shattered urea granules but do not watered & waited for the rain.Third factor is also possible you have only fed urea.

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Re: korean grass

Post by farah fayyaz » September 12th, 2013, 11:28 am

yes. u r true.i overfed and secondly i applied only urea.please any suggestion for future.

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Re: korean grass

Post by UMARKHANMARDAN » September 12th, 2013, 7:16 pm

Feed your lawn some DAP in the winter when it turns brown.These days spray micro nutrients on the grass after moving it & also apply some NPK.

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Re: korean grass

Post by farah fayyaz » September 17th, 2013, 10:27 pm

UMARKHANMARDAN wrote:Feed your lawn some DAP in the winter when it turns brown.These days spray micro nutrients on the grass after moving it & also apply some NPK.
I didn't understand "after moving it'.Please explain it further.

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Re: korean grass

Post by UMARKHANMARDAN » September 17th, 2013, 11:33 pm

I mean after mowing your lawn.After each cut feed it with liquid fertilizer with trace elements.Farrah one thing that Korean is not a lawn grass but is used for landscaping.If you have planted it this season it will make a good mate next season because Korean is a slow growing grass.

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