Has anyone ever used grass as ground cover in their greenhouse?

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Has anyone ever used grass as ground cover in their greenhouse?

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Has anyone in this forum ever used grass as ground cover in their greenhouse?
Carol

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I did it. Mistake. It grows too much in springtime, and encourages slugs.
Violeta

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To hot! To much change in soil temp. Would work it you decided it was you dream and new full time job
Smple

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Clover would work best stays short and adds nitrogen to the soil. We do it in larger settings (fields) should work the same in small areas white clover I believe would give you the best high traffic results
Gary

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I cleaned out everything else cause I have to replace the plastic. Dropped a few leftover seeds and the entire inside floor and spreading our with somekind of squash . I also had chickens in it in spring so that soil is chock full of goodness.
Ron

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Growing “grass” in my greenhouse is illegal. And it gets all bushy and tall and competes with all my other plants. Then it’s gets pretty smelly little clusters on it. I’d go with landscape fabric.
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