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Kentucky Fescue???

Hi All you southern Gardeners!!!
        I have a friend who is trying to help one of her customers with lawn
questions across country. Why he doesn't contact a garden center in
Nashville is beyond me, but that is the way it is.
        This gent says he has been told that his lawn is Kentucky Fescue and
need to be aerated two times a year. Is there a good publication that I can
direct my friend Regan to?

Thanks in advance

evergreen colorado
finally stopped raining

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