Fescue can be practical alternative to traditional grass

08/18/2010 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Fescue is a type of grass that requires less work than traditional grass such as perennial rye grasses and can be planted in the fall. Grasses such as hard, chewing's and sheep fescues need less water and fertilizer while managing to stay green longer than other types of grass, even in dry conditions, says Eric Watkins, an assistant professor of horticulture science at the University of Minnesota.

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