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    11-29-2010, 01:44 PM
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Which of these 3 types of grass should I go with?

Just asking you guys opinion on which of these 3 types of grass I should possibly plant. I was thinking of Bermuda, Bahia, or Rye. The area I am building is going to be about 120-130 x 100 and the backside will be about 162 ft. It will be divided in the middle so that I can let one area grow while he grazes one part. I will also have a seperate stable area also. There is some field grass in part of the area that I am going to pasturize and I was thining of probably getting somethign that will grow year round. I think the Rye is the one that will grow year round and was thinking of going with that.

Thoughts guys?

Also I heard that Rye can actually be planted right now. NOt sure if the others can. I live in SC where it doesnt get too too cold but there are some nights that we might get some pretty low temps.
     

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