Mixing grass varieties may reduce insect infestations in lawns

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    I just got me some annual rye grass. I am supposed to get some red creeping fescue too. Then later I will buy the cheapest, oldest and easiest to grow grass on the market. I am buying some Kentucky 31 Fescue. I am going to mix it all up for a techna combination.
     
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    Those native grasses are easy to grow. I have some weird looking weed that looks similar to a fern. They are covering my yard with plenty of greenery.

    I would prefer a large patch of zoysia but I don't know how trustworthy it is.
     

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