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Old 04-20-2016, 12:20 PM
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Hi all, I wondered if you could advise me, I have some type grass growing all over my garden and I am wondering if I can offer it to lady? I'm not sure if this is fine fescue grass or not but I think it may be

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Greetings,since the grass is outside and not sure what it is.I wouldn't advice it for your budgie safety.it could have pesticides on it or so.there are some stickies on our forum to help you choose a safer grass for them.you can always use gnotgrass they can eat all they want its safe and has wonderful healing properties.blessings,I'm sure some of our friends will b3 able to help u better.
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I agree with Shane, because you're unaware of the exact species as well as whether or not it was every sprayed with pesticides, I wouldn't risk it.
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Thank you both, I will avoid giving it to her as I don't know what it is, Defo not got pesticides on it as its in my garden

Where do I find knotgrass? I looked it up but I am awful at identifying plants.!


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You can look for knotgrass in health food stores, or on Amazon.com.
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just think while your budgie eats healthy gnotgrass,it also gets a healthy dose of all natural medicine in one.blessings and take care. MMM yum.I'm a little happy budgie eating delicious gnotgrass hehehe.
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