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How to Plant Saint Augustine Grass
Tolerant of warm, humid conditions, Saint Augustine grass is Florida's dominant lawn grass. All Saint Augustine grass cultivars handle a broad range of soils. Many of them also perform well in shade, say the University of Florida's Dr. Laurie Trenholm,... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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St. Augustine Grass


St. Augustine grass (Stenotaphrum secundatum) (also known as Charleston grass in South Carolina and Buffalo Turf in Australia) is a warm-season lawn grass ...

Healthy Lawns—St. Augustinegrass - UC Statewide IPM Program


Qualities. St. Augustinegrass, along with bermudagrass and zoysiagrass, is a warm-season turfgrass. In areas where it is well adapted, it is water efficient and ...

St.Augustine Grass | Archives | Aggie Horticulture


St. Augustine grass gradually moved inland to naturally open sites such as streambanks, lakeshores and other moist sites. It tolerates a wide range in soil types, ...

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St. Augustinegrass - American-Lawns


Information about St. Augustine turf grass for lawns in warm season areas.

Advantages & Disadvantages of St. Augustine Grass | Home Guides ...


St. Augustine grass provides a lush green lawn and is recommended for U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 8 through 10.

St. Augustine Grass Sod - Armstrong Garden Centers


St. Augustine Grass is a dense, coarse, low-growing turf which produces thick- stemmed runners requiring permanent containment. It has dark green color during ...

Warm Season Grass Sod | St Augustine | A-G Sod Farms California


A-G Sod Farms provides St. Augustine sod for homes and businesses in California. Get helpful lawn tips plus choose the best variety for your needs.

St Augustine Grass - Lawn Care Academy Home


St Augustine grass is a favorite hot weather grass adapted to the coastal and southern regions of the U.S. from Florida to central Texas. Click here for information ...

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Q: Moths and Saint Augustine Grass.
A: Sod Webworms. Sod webworm larvae are actually a number of different species. They are all caterpillars, under 1 inch long, with spots along their back. They do ... Read More »
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Q: How to Care for Saint Augustine Grass.
A: 1. Water St. Augustine grass with 3/4 inch of water once per week if no rainfall occurs. During periods of dry weather, test the grass periodically by walking o... Read More »
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Q: How to plant saint augustine grass?
A: I planted my entire one acre lot 10 years ago. I pulled runners from the plants and transplanted the sprigs about three feet apart. It will fill a three feet sp... Read More »
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Q: Maximum height for Saint Augustine grass?
A: tropical and subtropical creeping stoloniferouse perennial grass. height (length) of the stolon can vary. if used as a lawn no more than 4cm, else you face poss... Read More »
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Q: What type of stem is Saint Augustine grass?
A: runner/stolon. Read More »
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