No rigid rules, labels or dogmas.... just REAL food, for your body, mind & soul!
i don't have the answer for you Clay - just wanted to say that I don't think that there are any 'silly' questions here in the 'Hab - I so welcome each and every perspective, and every question leads to more learning - so bring it on!
Hi Clay. I'm not 100% sure of this answer but I am willing to bet that you are not going to like the answers that you get or what you find out after you do the research. Unless it is a wild grass that you plan on planting then all the other grasses have been produced to be what they are today. Some of the grasses have been made to be drought resistance and others have been engineered to withstand some poisons that people may use to kill weeds. Now does that sound familiar? It should because one of the downfalls that have been engineered into our crops is that they are poison resistance. So I have no idea how you are going to get seedlings for wild grass but all the other grasses have been engineered. I am interested to hear what you find out. Thanks Bill
how about planting something there besides grass? something edible or a soft (on little feet) ground cover from an organic nursery that you trust. just thinkin'
Clay - do you follow John Kohler? his YouTube channel - Grow Your Greens has some great features on converting lawn to edible yard.