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LBJ Grass #13250410 08/17/19 12:37 AM
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So what happened to the grass in LBJ?

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Re: LBJ Grass [Re: TooBadBob] #13250416 08/17/19 12:43 AM
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Massive flood last year took out most of it and brought in a tremendous amount of sand and silt resulting in new shallow areas and sandbars. Also washed out the bridge going over the north end. Grass may never recover

Re: LBJ Grass [Re: TooBadBob] #13250554 08/17/19 02:36 AM
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I would say the flood had little do do with the disappearance of the grass. LCRA has been using a new chemical that is /was delivered to the root system via a tube that seems to have wiped out the grass. I talked to them when they were out doing applications. The told me it would not affect the coontail but it seems to be gone as well.

Re: LBJ Grass [Re: TooBadBob] #13250561 08/17/19 02:42 AM
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There was a ton of grass this spring post flood, think the chemicals not the flood!

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