Seedin a new lawn tough enough for dogs - Knowledgebase Question

TWIN LAKES, WI (Zone 5B)
Question by ksgrate
March 25, 2009
I live in the midwest region illinois and wisconsin border. I am planning on taking back my brutally destroyed yard from my two pit bulls, one male and one female. I am planning a full repair as 75% of the yard is now just dirt. my question is, what is the best type of grass to grow in this climate and might stand a chance of surviving 2 dogs?


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Answer from NGA
March 25, 2009

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The University of Wisconsin recommends Kentucky Bluegrass for your gardening region. You can either use 100 percent Kentucky blue or you can plant a mixture of perennial rye, fine fescues and Kentucky blue. The University offers a free publication with descriptions of the turf types and how best to establish your new lawn. Here's the website: http://learningstore.uwex.edu/...

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